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Array VOLUME 3
NEW  WESTMINSTER, B. 0., FRIDAY^ EVENING, OCTOBER 21, 1887.
NUMBER 90
T-veWOLr SMITH, M.D.
OFIfICB-Q!»rk»iiii street, opposlle rear
entrance <rf CulinilM IKilel.
RESinB««R'Aiin*es HI, opposite new
Baptist Cliuroh.
OKFIOK HOURS-10 a. m. to 12 noon I S
to 5| and Or*) to I p. ni. dnoiolo
r.M
MAOLKAN, B. A., H.D., C.H.
OKFIOEi MoKensle Street, neit door to
Drill Shed.
• HEMIIlENOEi Agnes Street, third house
rom Mary Street.
OFFICK HOURSl 10 to IS; 2 tol; Ir80 toS.
d-dr't:llc ^___
tsr.
II   M. COOPER, B.A..M.D.,
PHTS10UN*8UR8BON.
OFFICE and BISlDISHOB-phuroh
in.it door te). Farmen' Bomo), £   .
Columbia St., Selw Westminster, P.O.
OFFICE HonHS-Uto 10a.m.; ltySond
We 8 p.m. Calls in town and country promptly attended to. ic2te
c.
, C. BROWS,
DENTIST.
Omoir-Over D. S. Curtis * Co.'s Drug
Store, Columbia Street.
Hoohh-D a. m. to 7 p. m,       dwjy30tir
paMon* A Mecau,.
BARRISTERS,
BOLICITOIW, ETC
nmce. Mckenslegtreel, New Westminster,
and Vancouver, B. 0. JySldwle
T.
C. ATKlStHON,
^aARBI8TR», SOLICITOR, 4e.
Hllfensleetrec'.
I.!»'.?! • :;.,,,' Westminster,B.U.
NORMA!! BOLB. <*. C,
BARRISTER-AT-LAW.
^nd Agent. Money to Loan.
Columbia SU, New Westminster, B. O.s
ind oor. Cordova A Carrall Sts., Vnnoou-
,er, B.C. M2to
w.
G,
W   GRANT.
ARCHITECT;
Osrion-Cornor MBry and Olarkson Sts.
/1LOIV * MAOLVRRi
ARCHITECTS.
Jmcn Q'"r   D. a Curtis * '!i    nil
stors
...uo.». Oolumltr-.-.::.
n   J. TRAPP,
AUCTIONEER AND APPRAISEB,
•'.niiii.la Street,.. New Westminster
II uommlislona will receive prompt
'.il rareful attention. Best references
riven when required. rahlMo ,
RAND BROS.
nViL KSTATK BROKERS,
>»veyai>cers, Collectors,
Add Insurance Agents,
^.dces at VIOTOHIAi Fort Street,
NEW WE9TMINSTERI Corner
MeKensle aud Clarkson Sts.
VAI. LOUVER, Cordova Street.
BUILDING LOTS for sale in all sections
of Vanoonver nnd New Westminster City.
FARM IANM if superior quality for
sale nt Chllllwhaok, Port Unmmrilld,
Lanjley, Mnwqnl, Sumas, Mud Bay, Lad-
nor's Landing Lulu Islnnd, North Arm
and Plti Rivor.
Maps and Plans eihlblted and therfullest Information furnished at all ouroflces.
fe20to
Furnished Rooms
ON COLUMBIA STREET  Tp LET-
elther with or without Board.  Applj
to the Editor of this Paper. djyattu
—00 TO	
A. DIEBEL'S
FRONT 8TRRKT, Orr.C.P.N. Wharf,
c.
HAVING TAKEN
Liinflliom's Rulldlng, Front St.
(Fmiiii^| r'yi^^W Kyle a'Tlltern)/
IS  NOW READY
to serve bis oustoniers nnd everybody
with as (ood a stoek oa a man wants to
select from.
Orr (toils, Cneerles, Prevtslens,
CMekrry. tllasswan, Beats. Ae.
Come and see the new place, and let us
know what you thlok of It.
dwoeltte C, MoDONOUQH.
D. Lyal & Co.
COLUMBIA STREET
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
^J** Nkgaxlnes, faf |
Music, Stationery,
Artists' Material*,
Bibles, Albums,
Toys&FMwyCtoo*-,
Birthday Books A Cards.
JAPANESEJURIdS.
TkeVkeaMSIHaaiM l» BrllUktrolna-
bla for Bibles, Books, Muilc,create.
"*  PJkY HHS1WTS.
WEDDING *
THOS.  6VENS,
MANUFAOTURF.lt OF
ies. Cam
I «"*»"*B-"'|
-t-TjL-GtOI&S.
Blacksmitii and Machinist
AU Klulls ol Machinery, Patent Locks,
&■■'<•■<, Sewing Maohines, 4c, kc,
Repaired.
BLACKSMITHING
In ail Hi b:
Farmers', toggera',
MIU p   . Co Workt AMTloulturRl
'tmiur
lm *!
b.
.,.   i. ovtH-ytnThit ln the
..j ! io mode to order.
Having Beoured first-class workmen, we
(eel confluent of giving satisfaction.
WAT Horse-shoeing a specialty.
dw-. '-"Sltol   Columbia St., New Wjwt.
THE LEADING
BOOTiSHOE
ESTABLISHMENT
 OF THK-^-
Mainland of B. C.
Colonial Hotel Block, Columbia St.
,000 STOCK
NOW EN ROUTE.
THIS HOUSE MAKES ANNUALLY
a great reduction in prices to make
room for tho largest an<l host assortment
of Boots and Shoes over imported into
this oountry, from the principal Houses
of Germany, France. Great Britain, the
United States and onr groat Dominion.
SOO LINES KEPT ON HAND.
CAU .'.ND SKE MY  STOCK BE-
b'OKK YOU PURCHASE.
DOOtS VI i Shoes, from 50o upwards,
Kelt A Rubber Goods A Yum-Tums
ol alt kinds.
Ladles' A Bents' Slippers for Xmas—
the loveliest ever seen.
81 Maes or Ladles', Misses' A Children's Boots.
WM. ROSS,
Oriental Haul Hook, CelamMa Bt.
dwnolSlo
Honuiao English Articles
IS THE VAXADIATI MAEMST.
SEAL K in Sift 1b Ui
0. S. CURTIS A CO.
Mil »«E«TJ FOR NlW WllTMINhlS,
WHO   WILI/   UUARANTEE   EVERY
PAIR FOR ONE YEAR,
Anil present you with a Book ol Testimonials, [rlwjeaotc
NOTIOE.
GKOROK A. OOUGHEM,. of Chilli-
wtiiicK, hits tills day nuulo nn nsHlgn-
ment for the boneM ot his creditors to
Louis Philip Kokitetn, AU persons liny-
lug claims against the snld qonrge A.
Cougtioll are requested to Bond the Name
lo the undersigned nt New Westminster
on or befqio the 26th October, 1887.
W. NORMAN BOliK,
Solicitor for Assignee.
Dated 20th Sept., 1887. dwso27ml
Dress-Making!
Misses McDOUGALL
COLUMBIA   STREET,
New Westminster, B. C.
tar HMIMMitloH unaririilMil.      dnplaic
TURNER, BEETON & GO.
MERCHANTS,
WHARF STREET ■ VI0T0H1A.
AGENTS   FOE
North British and Mercantile
Insurance Oo. Tor Mainland.
H. C. BEETON «> CO.,
88 Finsbury Circus,
London, E. C.
COME AND SEE I
W. H. HOLDEN,
HAVING TAKEN POSSESSION OF
tho "Temperance HouBe," fronting
on Coiumhiiiand Churoh StreetB, opposite
the Episcopal Churoh, and now known
ob the
FARMERS'HOME!
Will accommodate the traveling publlo
at tke following rates:
Board per day. „ -....-..fl 00
"  week  5 00
Single Meals     25
: Beds ;    25
M.Qood acoommodatlon for Ladles nnd
families.
Flowers for sale
myflto
A. R, BECKETT.      WM. WOLPENDEN
BECKETT & CO.,
Brick Manufacturers,
BUILDERS AND
-   General Contractors.
■WOBKSi
Fraser Drlck Works, Port Manor.
OPPIOHS:
Mackemlc 81., New Westminster.
Manufaoturors of Mftohine-iumle una
Pressed Brick* to any pattern.
Estimates given for Buildings and Puii-
lie Works of nnv description.    riwIySte
ESTABLISHED 1859.
ROBT. DICKINSON
BUTCHER,
Snarly Opposite the ColonUl Hotel,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
THE LARGEST AND  CHOICEST
assortment of all descriptions of
MEATS AND VEGETABLES
Constantly on hand, and supplied to Families, RostaurintR, and Steamboats at the
LOWRST I'OiWtULK PRICES.
TIME CARD
STE1A.MI1E
* 13^.11TBOTS7'
penves Victoria for Wostnilnster
Every Tuesday  and Friday,
At 7 n. 111., connecting with the stomner
"GLADYS" for up-river.
RETUItNINO-Lmivcs Westminster for
Vlctorln ovory Wednesday nml Sat.nrdnr,
ut7 n, ni., iroiirii'otlng with the O. It. A X.
Co.'* slimmer for tlio Sound.
Hlnalc r.ro Tickets la Vlctorln, *1.Wi
Bin ant, $1.
TIIE RTEAMKK
f,rr<rvi>s Westminster for Up-river
Kviv)   Moniliij'.   Weilnnstlny  and
PrlrlHj',
At 7 tl. tn.. Itutilrnlnrl every Tuesiliiy,
Tl.sirr.il.ir A J»iiiiii'rln>, eoniicctiinj wllh
llio"lt.UNIIO\V"fn- Vlelorlil.
F'irriM |inrtlculnrs, npply to
TlIIWIEIt, HEETON *CO.,
Vlctorln,
or to      W. J. MATHEHS,
ilwoc7tc Agent at Westminster.
0. E. W0D08,
Und Sinvnu.
A. 0. GAMBLE,
Notaiv Publio
Wooli,TiinurtyiB
LAND SURVEYOR8,
Real Estate Commission and
Insurance Agents,.
Money to Loilll on fint mortgage on
improved Real Eatnte,
Farming Lands, improved and unimproved, for wile in nil partu of the District.
City nnd Suburban Lot* for sale in
choice location!).
Milling Stocks bought and aoM.
Fire, Life nnd Accident Insurances
olfeoted.
 REpnESK.-o-iNa—-~
FltlE.-.-lDliiii Insurance Co. or Hurtford.
Western Insuranec Co. of Toronto.
UFE.-New Ybrk Life Tnsiiwnce'Ob.-
4«'CIIH.Jir,—Travelers   Insurance Oo. of
Hartford.	
Agency or tbo Bunlnleii KJtjrtw Co.
WOOIIS.TimXKKAOAMHLK,
Ofmoi. Uutiri Btoov,   -   Columbia Strut
NRW WK8TMIMWWR.
fill
gaily gritisli <Sohtmbinn
MAILS CLOSK  AND ARRIVE.
OLOBS
PorCau. Par. II)'.—Dally (exeeiit Hnnday
and Monday), nt l2.1.i,andon -SaturJay
(for dttipatcli Hnnday) nt 22.
Kor Vlctorln, V. t.( and Weitern II. 8. OIH-
ces—Monday, VIM; Tuowday, S.I"; Wod-
nenday,8.iri und 111; Thnriilny.O.SUj Frl-'
dny,8.15aiid 11); Haturduyl«.m
For vanoonver, Moodyvllle and Burrard
Inlei-Datly (except Huddly) at 8.15.
For Port Moody—Dally (except Hundny)
ForLndner's Landing and lulu Island-
Monday. 12.au; Wednesday nnd Friday
at 19.
For Clover Valley, Holl'i Prairie and
Langley Prnlrlc-Thurstfty.noon.
For North Arm and Sea Inland—Thursday. 1831. "
For Elgin and Mud Bay-Saturday, 12.43.
Kor Plumper's Push—Wednesday, ID.
For Nanalmo (di reet matlF-Toosday, 18.
• u_T_m   '.
From Can. Pac. Ry.—Dally (oxcept Saturday) at IS.
From VIutorla—Sunday; Wednesday nnd
Friday, 10; Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, 11,80.
From Vancouver, Moodyvllle and Burrard Inlet—Dally (except Hundny) nt 10.
From Port Moody— Daily (except Sunday)
at 17.
From Ladner's Landing and Lulu Islnnd
—Sunday, Wednesday and Friduy. lfl.
From Clover Vnlley, Halt's Prairie and
Langley Prairie—Thursday, 0.
From North Arm nnd Sea Island—Thursday, 12.
From Elgin and Mud Bay-Saturday, 11.
From Plumper's Puss—Wednesday, lfl.
From Nunulmo (direct mall)—Saturday,
15.
Absolutely Pure.
This powder nover varies, A marvel of
purity.strength and wholesoineuess. Moro
economical Hum the ordinary kinds, nnd
cannot be snld tn compeiltlon with the
multitude of low test, short weight alum
or phosphate powders. Sold only ln cans.
Royal Baking Powdxb Co., lofl WaII St,
FOR   SALE.
.NE-HALP INTEREST IN llioI.ANO-
„'  ley Saw nud Planing Mill: mill In
goorl order.  For particulars apply on the
premises to KWEST,
Or, Messrs. DRAKE, JAOKSON,
riplStc * HELMOKEN, Vlctorln.
0
FORSALE.
I £ HEAD OF HORSES. BELONGING
LO tothoCpuchollKstnte. For particulars as to price, apply to
H. WEBB or
GEO. A. CAUGHELL.
dvocI0w2 Chilliwhack.
HOUSE AND LOT
FOR   SALE.
THE UNDERSIGNED, BEING ABOUT
to lonve tho city.offora for snlo his
House nnd IM on Brown Ht.. near Doug-
Ins HU Tho Houso is woll built, contains
7 rooms, and Is comfortable aud convenient. There Is n well of first-class water
on tho premises; also, a nnmherof young
fruit trees. This Is a rlne chance to securo
a home, ns the property will be sold cheap.
Apply on the premises,
D. B. CALBICK.
Westminster, 10th Oct., 1887.    UwoolOm
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT I
intond applying to the CliicfCo'n-
mlssloner of Lands A Works for permission topurchnscSiOneresof pastoral land
In tho Osoyoos Divlslin of Yale District,
doacribed ns follows:—Commencing at a
post about ouo mile nnd u half from tlio
mouth of ltnnk Creek and runnliiK north
SO chains: thenco onst 40 ohnlns; thenco
Hiiifli Siii-lmlns; thonce west -10 chains to
pnlnt of commencement,
JOHN CLA.UK,
Per J. C.IIav.mw.
Osoyoos, B. C, fiStli Aug., 1887.    dsel2m'J
PORT IUMM0ND
NURSERY
Fruit Trees,
Ornamental Treca,
smnll Prim*
And GARDEN .STOCK on hand In great
variety.
E"orythiiig first-tdaas anil furnished In
good slittpc.
G.W. HENRY,
dw-delflto Port Hatnmoud, B. C.
New Jewelry Store!
MR. THOMAS 8IFF0RD
BUDS TO AN-NOIINIIK TO THE VVth
' He t'enemlly Unit Ire litis opem-il rr
new .lewclry storo on
Front   Street,
Wliere lie will keep on lunula fell stock
of
Clocks. Wntchcs nnd Jewelry
01'   ALT, KIM1S.
KtiStl.li « nlrlie. n speelrllly.
Oonnlry Ohleri w ll reeelve pminpt nt-
letillnii,
All klrrrUof HEPAIllIN'llilonolnllllil-
el irs.. Hlylertnil all wnrh gnsnuiteerl.
clrrjyniir
Filrlny Kvniliiic, on. SI. ism.
Asgrcsslve Germans.
Our uows from Samoa is critical.
On August 25th four (leriiian nien-
of-wnr liuulecl a force at Apia, the
chief town, and proclaimed n native
prince, Taumsese, King. But' Ma-
liotoa is the Icing recognized by' the
United States and England, and
the action of the German coiniiiand-
er, Hensult, foe this nnd other reasons, is practically a seizure for
Germany of the islands. . Despatches from Washington give cleurnets
and point to the situation.
The Sumoan or Navigator Islands
are about four hundred miles north-
cast of the Fiji Islands. They are
in the direct route from California
to Australia. The importance of
having a station for coaling and
other relit ting purposes there is
obvious. To this end commander,
now captain, Meade, of the United
States Navy, visited the islands in
1872, and negotiated an arrangement with the native chiefs whereby tho harbor of Pungo-Pango was
taken under our National protection.
President Grant afterward sent a
special agent, Mr, Steinberger, to
the islands, and he reported that the
chiefs desired that the whole group
should pass under our protection.
Now Pungo Pango is a better harbor than that of Apia, which is on
the island of Upohc. It is landlocked, has a clear and easy entrance
and water sufficient for the largest
ships. The details of the treaty
with Samoa as ratified by the
United States senate have been
set forth and this, with the tidings of the German occupation and
their subsequent declaration of war
with Malietoa, attests to the gravity
of the situation. It is to be hoped
that the authorities at Washington
will duly appreciate it and will concede nothing that the rights and
the dignity of the United States
make it proper to retain. Such
firmness will be specially becoming
in view of the repeated disclaimers
made by Germany of any intention
to interfere with the relations al-r
ready established by treaty bet-
weenHaraoa and ourselves. —N. Y,
Herald, !..::.
The Const Railway System.
The San Francisco Chronicle says-
Through railway connection between
this city and Vancouver, B. 0., and
eventually between the latter placo
md Les Angelos, is an event not
far oil'. It has only been a few days
ago since Senator Stanford, in an
interview in this paper, spoke enthusiastically on this very subject,'
predated that it would soon be a
fact, and looked upon it as a grand
trunk lino placing nil important
points on the ;wajtmt «oasb of -the;
United States in rapid and easy
communication with eaoh other.
And the gentleman's words in this
connection lira of great interest
when it is stated that n syndicate
has recently been formed to Jjuild a
road from Wealmini'trjr to Whatcom. To understand the railway
situation in that northern country,
a few words of explanation will be
necessary. Vancouver is the Pacific terminus cf the Canadian Pacific
road. Wirstmiiisier is only a short
dist iii.ru soutli from Vancouver, and
bo'.h towns aw connected by rail.
Westminster is on the Gulf of
Georgia, and directly opposite is
the town of Nanaimo on Vuuoouvur
Island. Directly south of Nanaimo
is Esquimalt. Both of these places
are connected by rail. This rail nud
water communication between Vancouver and Esquimalt is known as
the Nanaimo and Esquimalt railroad
company. Now Watcom lies on
the east sido of the Gulf of ■ Georgia, and it is surmised that the owners of the Esquimalt road and the
Wellington coal mines on Vancouver Island—and in the latter
Charles Crocker and Senator Stanford are interested—am tho backers of the scheme to connect it by
rail with Westminster, so as lo
hasten the lillinir up of the gap that
will give rail connection with Portland and this city. The Northern
Pncitic already has a Hue from Portland to Tacoma, and with the • line
to Whatcom completed, the intervening country would soon be covered.
Port Townsettdj Senltlo and Ijireon-
nor are* tile important towns in
the inlet'vutiiiig space, and from
Whatcom a road is already being
constructed towards Seattle, which
will pass through Laconner and on
Uie east sido of the liay, directly opposite tn Port Townsend and within
easy ferry communication with it.
With these two roads completed
there will bo full completion ff*n
Vancouver as far south as Seattle.
This accomplished there can be no
doubt but tlmt the Northorn Pacific
will lie'eager to extend north froiu
Tacoma to that point. Of course it
may take two years to accomplish
all tliis, but by that timo tire west
line of tlio Southern Pacific from
Los Angeles via San Luis Obispo to
this oily will bo finished, and the
line between hero and Portland will
have been completed and in operation. This will constitute as line u
railroad system for the Paoific coast
as exists in tho east between the
great Atlantic seaboard cities,
BY TELEGRAPH.
Tcrriltlo Mn'* In fail lorn Ja-Tlic Whole
I'tiunny on II:c-risht Ee'wcrn\_.
gllnn'M and o«ii;m.«,
An Inteletdlug t-'iM-ovo-ylU Jel•nulcm.-
Tbe I'ncuifiloved lo he A Mcd,ȣuiall>
lioxt ':.''■* In Jl • h*n:i.
LAST NIGHT'S DESPATCHES.
PITZR FIQUT.
Minneapolis Minn., Oct. 1!).—
Harry Gilmore, of Canada, nnd Billy
Meyera, of Streater, Ills., to-day
fought to a finish, Marquis of Queens-
bury ruleB, for $1,000 a Bide, and an
additional purso of 01,000, at St.
Croix, just acusa the Wisconsin Hue.
Gilmore -tyeifthed XHh lbs. and Meyers
135 lbs. ■ jtu the first three, rounds
Gilmore rushed things, and had the
advantage. Then Meyers began to do
the rushing, und fought in a cyclonic
style. At the end of the'fourth round
Gilmore staggored to the cornor, nud
when time was called for the fifth
round could scarcely respond. Meyers
agsiin began rushing the Canadian,
nud, after some lively short arm work,
ended by knocking Gilmore out.
About §0,0CD changed hands on the
result.
tub Moitocco qrcsizoN.
Madrid, Oct. 20.—The Dia announces that England has accepted
Spain's proposal for an international
conference on the Morocco question.
CHAMBERLAIN  ON COMMERCIAL UNION.
Toronto, Oct. 20.—The Globe publishes a cable from Belfast giving a
Bummnry of Joseph Chamborlain's
speech there on Saturday. In the
course of his address he said: "In
Canada an agitation is going on for
what is termed commercial union with
United States. Commercial union with
the States means freo trade between
Canada nnd the United States, and a
protective tariff agaiust the mother
counti-y. If Canada wants' that, she
can have it, but Canada knows perfectly well that commercial union with
the United States means political separation from Great Britain."
:; IIIOTBIW AND SOCIALISTS.
London, Oct. 20.—The trouble with
the socialists and unemployed people
continues. To-day one of tho agitators of the mob in Hyde Park unrolled a red flag and waved it abovo
his head, shouting "Hurrah for the
glorious commune. A section of the
mob near the speaker thereupon stampeded from fear of tho police charge.
Scores wero trampled upon nnd injured, but tho entire mob reassembled.
THIS MORSINfl'S DESPATCHED
FILLED   WITH  SMOKE,
Sonoma, Oct. 21.—The surrounding
hills .-re almost invisible by the dense
smoke arising from forest tires which
bl'oiii to be coming toward this place.
Culist-'giaiis havo been fighting fire for
several days and nights past. Everybody ia wishing for rain.
ON l'IRE   ''OR MILKS.
Los Ani:blos, Cal., Jet. 21.—The
whole country fnr miles around San
J nun 0-i|>ia*tMDo is reported to be on
tire, the tl.ir es being particularly
noticeable ou the hills toward Uie sea.
It is anticipated thousands of acres of
feed wilt bo burned off and there may
be considerable suffering snioriu: stuck
if early n»ins do not come to repair the
damage.
VIuILANTES AND OUTLAWS FIGHT.
Tucson, Ariz., Oot. 21.— News
corned to-day of a Mit in Indian territory between vigilantes and outlaws
iu which 15 men were killed or severe
ly injured. It is impossible to got
fact-*.
THIS  .UTKKMOS'S DESPATCHES.
hitALLPOX  rAor, no.
Tucson, Ariz.,   Oot.   21.—Advices
this moniing from Tubucii in this territory states that smallpox   is ngiim
there lit n malignant form.
MLVDEtlEO BY BANDlTS.
Los Ang .ios, Oct. 21.—A dispatch
fmn Clulmhua, Mer,icj, says John
Dic'ievaon, of San Francisco, capitalist
and malinger of tbe Santa Nicola mine,
which cost fieOOrjOO."), hrs been murdered by bandits. The e.,ie is supposed
to bu similar to the Baldwin crime.
UOAI.S OF F/iJE.
Galvewon, Tex., Oct. 21.—The
ntunniBliip Comal airived from Kew
York yesterday. Tlie mastor, Capt.
Jno. lliiili, reported thut during tho
voyage it coal passer named John 1/.
Graham had diod of overheat and was
buried at Beit. A coal handler named
Iiiloy \vh i made tho trip with Graham
visited the office of the U. S. commissioner mid made, an nWdnvit charging
William R. McCulloiigh, chief engineer of tho Comnl, with the wilful murder of Graham. Riley states iu tho
affidavit that when 4 days out from
New York Graham complained of being sick. Shortly after th's Chief
Engineer MoCullough come iu and
found Graham lying down apparently
sleeping, whor°upon the engineor remarked "I'll waro you up," and suiting the action to the words he deliberately took a large shovel aud scooping it full of red-hot coals from
tlio furnace hu poured them ovor
the   prostrate   form ofthe sick man
and followed up the work by beating
and abusing Graham as he lay writhing
under tho burning coals. Kiley further swears that within ID minutes after
Engineer McCulluugh had first assaulted Graham the latter was a corpse.
Mc 'ull-nigh has been urreited snd
jailed.
BE louis vim. ;t  "
Washington,    Oct.   21.—The 8t.
Louis club won the morning game today, the score stood St. Louis 11, 3 'a- v
truits 4, the score for tlie championship
now stands Detroits 7; St. Louis 3,
AN INTBBEliTING DISCOVERY.
St Pbteb'sduiio, Oct. 21.—Excavations in Jerusalem on the ground belonging to the Russiun government
havorosultcdinthe discovery of the
remains of tin ancient town wall and
the vositi.m of the gates bt the tow*
during tho life time of the Savior,
tliriiUgh which our Savior passed to --
Gogetha. Tho grand Duke Sergius,
president of the Palestine society invites subscriptions to the fund for Uie
purpose of preserving these relics.
TO AID THE UNEMPLOYED.        .
London, Oct. 21.—The Lord Mayor has called & meeting to consider
means for aiding the unemployed
thousands in London.
Second Annual Session I. 0. G. T.
Session opened at 2 p. m. Tuesday,
ln absence of G. C. T. Wood, P.
G. 0. T. Hemlaw presided. The committee on credentials reported the following delegates from the various
lodges; Perseverance No. 1, Viotoria,
S, M. Cummings, \V. J. Mable and
W. E. Losee; Onward No 2, Nanaimo,
Miss Bertram, S. Gough, C. Wilson;
Dominion No 4, Westminster, S. F..
Holt, Alex. Hamilton, May Grant;
Mount Benson, No 5, Wellington, D.
Moffat, E, Bigle; Bateman No 0. Comox, W. M. Halliday; SoinenosNo8,
Somenos, Angus Bell; Hope of Salt
Spring No 9, Salt Spring, Rev. Dow-
ler, H. Walters; Vancouver No 10,
Vancouver, Miss Bell, J. McAllister;
Peerless No 11, Chilliwhack, Rev.
Hall, D. McGillivray; Richmond No
12, North Arm, — Rowling; Golden
Rule No 15, North Ann, O. D. :S*tot,
H. Kilgnup; New Era No 14, Maple
Ridge, R. B. Hemlaw, Mr*. ,Hemlaw.
Grand Lodge degree was conferred oir
now representatives. Grand Templar'
appointed the necessary committees
and the meeting adjourned.
EVENING   SESSION.
Opened at 7 p.m. by prayer by Rev.
J. Hall.   A motion to lower the Grand
Lodge per capita tax was lost . Tha   ,.
rest of the meeting was taken up with
reports of officers and committees.
WEDNESDAY!.OCT. lOtK.     ■
Morninic session opened at 9:167 •
Committee on finance mado a report,,
also committee on Juvenile Temples.
G. S. Juvenile Temples reported that
ho had organized two 'temples, one in
this oity and one in Victoria, but said
that want of funds prevented him
doing any more. On motion 6 per
cent. °f Grand L >dge funds was appropriated to the work. Vancouver
was chosen as the next place of meeting during the third week iii October
next.
The afternoon se.siou was almost en-,
tirelv taken up with election and installation of officers for the ensuing
year. The following is the list: G. C.
T., Rev. R. B. Hemlaw; G.O., David'
Moffat; G.8.J.T., S. F. Holt; G.V.t.,
Miss BelljG. Sec., S. Gough; G, T.,
S. M. Cummings; G.O., Ber. J. Hallr
G.M., J. McAllister; G.D.H., Miss
fJertramiG.G., W. M.Halliday; G.S.,
C. Wilson; G. Mess., Angus Bell; G.
A.S., C. S. Keith; V.W.G.C.T., Rm,:
The Grand Lodge visited in a body
the Juvenile Temple in Orange Half..
After the mass meeting in Baptist
Church the body again opened. On
motion a letter of condolence was
ordered to be sent to Mrs. Finch,
widow of the late J. B Finch, R. W., .
G. O. T.
The committee on political action
mado nn extended report. They urged
temperance people to vote only for
temperanco candidates for any offioa
whatever. They recommeuded that
petitions be sent to all places in B. 0."
asking that the nmendment to the
liquor law of 1887 which gives railway"
directors, together with -two magistrates, the right to grant licenses along
the line of railway. Also that tbe
penal laws bu made more explicit regarding what c nstitutea a sale. The
rent of the evening was occupied with
compiling laws and by-laws.
TflOPhDAY MOnNINO .
A motion was brought before the '
linuse that the G. C. T. appoint members to write essays on various sub-.
jects in connection with Good Temp-
lary.   1st. How to obtain   memben.;:.
2nd. How to  retain members. ' 3rfr v
How best tu make "The Good ofthe
Order "most profitable.   An aiueud- io
ment  to  tho motion was made that
each of the essayists write on the whole
threo subjects.   Amendment carried!  -
G. O. T. appointed Rev.  J.   Dowler,
Mias  S.   M.   Cummings, and W. tf.
Halliday.   Mrs.: Cochrane, president;
ri'f W. C. T. U., attended by Mrs. J.,:■■
Cn-inittgham and Mrs. Pearson, were
then introduced to the Grand Lodre
and presented an address which wu replied to by the G. C. T,   The financial
business of the order wss then settled.
Votes of thanks were given to P.
W. G. 0. T. Wood, to the janitor of
the Baptist Church, the Good Templars of New Westminster and the various- railway and steamboat companies.
Rev. R. B. Hemlaw was appointed're-
presentative to the Right Worthy
Grand Lodge. After the appointaaant <
of standing committees for the year*
the meeting adjourned. _tdl_ § ritish Columbian
rrMv r.v..i««, oet. n, un.
Hitherto the question of commercial union has been kept out of
the political arena, but current
events lead to the opinion that before long it may become a chief
plank in the platform of one of the
political parties. It is worthy of
notice that the proposal is favored
chiefly by reformers and reform
organs, and its chief opponents
belong to the opposite party.
This statement is by no means without exceptions, for many reformers
have expressed opposition to commercial union, while not a few conservatives favor it. It is remarkable, also, that nearly every independent newspaper in the east is in
favor of the new proposal. It
would not be surprising if the lib
eral party should make commercial
union its battle ery at every political
cantest of the future. It is remarked
that the lines are being constantly
drawn more definitely on this question. While Sir Richard Cart-
wright comes out guardedly for the
new policy, Sir John and Sir Charles
are said to exhibit deoided opposition. There is much discontent in
the eastern provinces. Business
operations for the past two years
have been unsatisfactory. The public
debt has increased to a figure that
creates misgivings in many minds,
In his speech the other day Sir
Richard Oartwright pointed out
many serious difficulties in the way
of commercial union; and while
fully recognizing the risks involved,
he thinks there are still greater
risks in the present condition of
affairs, and advises the people to
choose the least of many evils.
sengers and freight to reach their
destination without change and
without extra charges. Thero is no
doubt that this completing link will
be built some day. It is absolutely
necessary to the completion of the
railway system on the Pacific coast,
and the sooner it comes the better
for all interests. No company can
successfully resist the force of public demand. The voice of tho people
must prevail.
The gentlemen from the east who
visited our city yesterday expressed
great surprise at finding so large
and progressive a place, and at the
abundant resources by which it is
surrounded. If these gentlemen
had taken the route usually adopted
—going through Vancouver to Victoria and returning the same way—
they would have gone home with a
ven imperfect idea of this province
and its capabilities. They would see
two cities fairly worth seeing; they
would admire the magnificent scenery which everywhere delights the
eye of the British Columbia tourist;
they would undoubtedly become impressed deeply with the greatness of
the C. P. R. as a national work, and
of its usefulness; but they might
remain profoundly ignorant of the
resources upon which the country
depends for existence and development. There is no productive industry to speak of about Victoria
or Vancouver (except the manufacture of lumber), hut in the immediate vicinity of Westminster, in
addition to the manufacture of lumber, we have tho great fish canning
establishments and agricultural products that cannot lie excelled anywhere in the world. We think the
railway company would Deserving
its own interests as well as those of
the country if it encouraged more
of its guests to visit Westminster
and its surroundings. Those who
have done so are invariably surprised and delighted, and nearly
every one of them goes away an
active immigration agent. The more
quickly this country becomes filled
with settlers, the better will it be for
the railway company, and the best
way to accomplish this is to show
visitors what are our resources and
how infinitely they may yet be
expanded.
The extract which appears on the
fint page of this paper, relating to
the completion of the railway system of the Pacific coast, by the construction of a line from this city to
meet the American roads, gives
additional evidence of the anxiety
existing on the sound for railway
connection witii the C. P. R. This
anxiety evidently does not spring
from a notion that the Americans
will be able to take business away
from the Canadian road. The people all along the sound, with the
single exception of Tacoma, have
always manifested a wish to do
business with our road, because they
had given up hope of obtaining
{rom the Northern Pacific what
aeemed to them fair and equitable
treatment. Even with the present
unsatisfactory means of reaching the
0. P. R., a large and increasing
trade comes to it from sound ports.
If the chain of railways proposed
wu completed, it is safe to say that
the American traffic over the C.P.R
would be vastly increased, because
it would be placed in a position
where it could compete on fair terms
with the other transcontinental
roads. There is no doubt that the
American roads will very soon be
extended through Seattle, Laconner
and Whatcom to Boundary Bay.
The country along this route has
abundant resources, and a large part
of it if settled up and producing the
fruits of industry. If by any means
this projected line from this city to
the boundary should fail, the O.P.R.
would not then be in a position to
compete with American roads for
either the passenger or freight business oi the sound. A system where
it becomes neoessary to tranship
from railway to steamer and from
steamer over wharves can never
compete fairly with a system where
a through railway line enables pas-
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In the Matter of the Estate of Alexander
McKenzie, late, of Clover Valleg in the
District of New Westminster, Deceased
Intestate.
ALL DEBTS DUE THE ESTATE OF
tho late Alexandre MoKBNssiflmust
bo paid to the undersigned forthwith, and
all persons having claims against the said
Estato must send In their accounts, duly
verified, to tho undersigned at New Westminster on or beforo the 18th day of November, A. D. 1887.
Dated atNew Westminster this lilth dny
of October, A. D. 1887.
GEO. WISE,
docl3ml Administrator.
VIOTORIA,
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NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
SEALED TENDERS Will be received
by the undersigned up to noon of Mondny ihe 91th October, iwq. for the construction of a Bridge across Vedder Creek,
ou the line of Trunk Road, Sumas.
Finns and specifications can be seen and
forms for tender obtained at tbe Government Office, New Westminster, and nt Mr.
R. Thomson's store, Centreville, Chllliwhack.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily
accepted.
C. WARWICK,
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New West,, 14th Oct., 1887. dwoHtd
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
SEALED TENDERS will be received
by the undersigned up to noon of Men-
day the 94th October, 188}. for repairs to
Trunk Road, from Mrs. Evans' gate to
Chilliwhack Bridge, Chllliwhack. •
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Chilliwhack.
Tbe lowest or any tender not necessarily
accepted,
C. WARWICK,
Gov't Agent.
New West., 14th Oct., 1887.        dwocHtd
PACIFIC
Carriage Works!
NBW WESTMINSTER, II. C.
Wagons,
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Carts,
Drays,
Anil Everything in tlio Vehicle Line.
Higgles, from gllfiup.
Delivery A Democrat Wagons, —
From $100 up.
Several Second-hand Stages lor sole
cheap.
Blacksmlthlng in all its branches
cheaper than ever.
Horse-shoeing A lleneral Jobbing.
' A lot of first-class PLOUGHS and
STEEL HAKROWS on hand.
REID&OURRIE,
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To k Francisco, Cal.
j wniij
BY WAY OP THE
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AND CONNECTIONS.
THE MT. SHASTA ROUTE.
((nicker in Time than any other
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New Westminster ud San Francisco.
Grand Scenic Route of Ihe Pacific
Coast.
ONLY THIRTEEN MILES STAGING
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PULLMAN   BUFFET 8LEEPER8
Between Portland and Ashland, Cole's
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I.IIUiKlNT HUKKPINU   CAB8
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Faro from Portland to Sacramento and
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and others.
We mako a specialty of Mill, Mining
nd steam supplies, Including:
and
Steam Pumps,
Lubricating Oils,
Rubber Belling,
Leather Bolting,
Brink Machines,
Hoisting Block,
Ships Blocks,
Hardware,
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Hose, Oan Machines,
Barb Wiie, Builders* Supplies,
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Axes A Edge Tools, Iron Tools,
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*3T Risks promptly taken* anil Losses
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T.R.PEARSON,
doc7Ur AGENT.
B1
FOR SALE:
Valuable Property at Spence's
Bridge,
ELONGINa TO THE UNDERBIGN-
ed, consisting of two Lots.
x*o*r x
Contains Sixty-four acres of land, forty of
whicli Is under cultivation, There is a
large Store, 25x80; a two-t tory Hotel,00x40;
a largo Stable and stalls for 20 horses;
three Dwelling Houses, with collars, and
a number of other buildings, TwoOnrd-
ens, one of them nbout one acre and a
half, and one of the best In British Columbia, in which la growing to perfection
Apples, Pears, Cherries, Plums, Grapes,
Gooseberries, Strawberries, Currants,
Raspberries, Ac, Ac. There Is also a
Green House, heated by hot water pipes,
and containing a splendid collection of
choice Plants. There Is also a Water
Ditch with this lot thnt carries over 100
inches of water.
XiO-s* a
Contains nbout 200 acres of land, one-third
of which is fit for cultivation. On this lot
there are about 150 Fruit Trees, 300 Grape
Vines, 400 Gooseberry and Currant Bushes, and ono of the best Water Ditches In
the country, which cost two KeunonH ngo
18000.
Por any one wishing to go into the Seed
and Fruit business, this Is a splendid
chance. The climate is unsurpassed and
the situation Is the best ln British Columbia for a market along the lino of the O.P.
Railway. There Is already an established
business for seeds, plarts, fruits, Ac, amounting to ovor $1500 a yenr, and to one
who could manage und look after It himself a fortune.
Por particulars as to price am! terms of
sale, apply to the olllce of this paper or to
th<* proprietor,        JOHN MURRAY,
dwselJml Spence's Bridge.
1STOTIOB-
To Bridge Engineers
and Contractors.
THE HONORABLE THE CHIEF COM-
missloner of Lands nnd Works hereby
invites Bridgo' Contractors to submit
plans, details, specifications, Ktrnlnlng
sheets, and tender for the construction of
a Traffic Bridge, to cross the Eraser River
at LUlooet, up to noon of Saturday,20th of
October next.
Required—One clear span of U00 feel In
length; approach (on Hie west side) three
spans of M feet eaoh; width of roadway,
18 feet; live load, 1,000 lbs, per foot; factor
of safety, ii.
Falsework can only be erected In winter when the river is fror.cn over.
The bridge site is about 53 miles from
Ashcroft Station, on the Canadian Pacific
Railway, with which it is connected by
wagon road.
Each tender must be accompanied by
an accepted bank cheque for $.fi0Q, payable
lo the Honorable Chief Commissioner of
Lands and Works, which will be returned
to unsuccessful competitors, hut. will bo
forfeited by any bidder who mny decline
to execute a contract if culled upon to do
so.
The contractor will bo required to give
satisfactory security, amounting to half
tho contract price, for the duo fulfilment
of the contract, and for the nmlutenance
of tho bridge for a period of six mouths
from the date of thu completion of the
work.
A plan and profile of tho site can he
Been at the offico of the undersigned.
W. H. GOIIE,
Surveyor-General.
Lands A Works Department,
Victoria, B. 0„26ffi August, 1887.
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PIANOS
 AND—
ORGANS
THE UNDERSIGNED has
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Which he will sell cheap. These
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Second-hand Pianos and Organs for sale or to rent,
Instruments maybe seen at
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NOTICE-
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by dim-rent persons In favor of John
Klllott. A Sou have boon lost. All persons
Indebted on the same nre notified not to
pay any money on account thereof to anyone but the undersigned who alone hns
authority to endorse nnd negotiate them
for the payees.
W. NORMAN  BOLE,
Attorney for John Elliott A Son.
New Westminster, 5th Oct., 1887.  dwoc5m
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111 rectors of the Gus Company the
price of Gas was reduced to Three Dollars
per Thousand Fret on nnd after October
1st, 1887. EDWIN ItAND,
Secretary.
New West., Sept. 2.1,1887. dselflml
NOTICE.
N'
Iu the Matter of tho Estate of C. H. M.
HUNTER, Deceased.
OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
_. all persons who woro Indebted to tho
late 0. H. M. Hunter must pay the amounts of suoh Indebtedness forthwith to
the undersigned. And nil creditors of the
said Deceased are hereby required to come
In and prove their claims on o/befoiv tho
2-ith day of November, A. D. 1887, otherwise they will bo excluded from any ben*
cflt to arise from the estatfljUid effects of
the deceased. Such prfMnPelnlms to bo
left nt the olllce of Mfisre.Coimoui.iii
McColl, iny solicitors
Dated lOth duy of October, A. U 1887.
ELIZABETH HUNTER.
doelOml Executrix.
ESQUIMALT GRAVING DOCK
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the
Graving Dock at Esquimalt Is now
ready to receive Ships for repairs.
For terms, rules, 4c, apply to Captain
John M. Deveiirux, Dock Master, at his
ofllce ut the Doek.
JOSEPH W. TRUTCH,
Dominion Gov't Agent.
tomlnlon Gov't Agent's Ofllce,
Victoria, 11. C 12th Oet., 1887.
doi-l!im2
Thanksgiving Day.
THE r.ADIEhOPST.PAllI/SCHUncril
will, hold n
BAZAR & ENTERTAINMENT
On Thanksgiving Dny,
Thursday, Nov. Hth, 1887,
When a large col lection of USEFUL and
FANCY ARTICLES will ho offered for
sale.
REFRESHMENTS will bo served during the day, and In tho evening a
MUSICAL ENTERTAINMENT
Will be given.  Admission to tho Bazar,
free; to the entertainment, 50 cents.
doclHte
Jersey Bull for Sale.
mHE THOROUGHBRED JERSEY Bull,
L   "Olaf of Verba niinia," 8278 A. J. C.
C, dropped Jun, 20th, 1882,
pbdiore'r.
Sirc-Vletorof Yerba Buenn,ilR09 A.J.C.
C„ imported from Island of Jersey.
Dura—Vlolotto id Yerba Buona, 11,811 A.
J, C. C, Imported from Island ot Jersey.
Vlolette of Yerba Buena, 11,011, magnlti-
oent udder, milking Ave gallons; tested
18 lbs. butter In 7 days.
Victor of Yerba Buena, 8800A.J.C.C.,
Is sire of several performers In the 14-lb.
list. Is also a prize winner and sire of
prizewinners.
C. T.  DUPONT,
Studuconn, Victoria.
Sept. mh, 1887. dwoctaml
Wood and Coal.
THE SUBSCRIBER HAS ON HAND A
large quantity of
BEST WELLINGTON LUMP COAL
Aud an assortment of
CORD WOOD,
Whieh he will sell at lowest rates.  He
will also promptly attend to all kinds of
Ordors left at Mr. McColl's store on Columbia street, or at my house, Douglas
street, will moot with prompt attention,
HENRY ELLIOTT.
New Westminster B. 0.
Jlyiote
WHITE
IS KING!
500,000 NOW IN U8E
Every Machine Guaranteed by tbe
Company for Fife Yean.
Parties Intending to purchase should
eall and examine theso celebrated Machines before buying any othor. All we
ask U (or yon to give them a trial.
CHAS. J. ROBSON,
AaiNT fou Mainland.
Also Agent for the 8t.ThOHU.WMte
Bronte Monument Co.. the cheapest
and most durable Monuments that oan
be had. dscWte
The British Columbian
PRINTING COMPANY
IX.IHITIIO
Colnmliia St., New Westminster, B. C.
CAPITAL, - $15,000
IN 300 SHARES OF $50 EAOH.
Fast Steam Presses,
First-Class Material,
Efficient Workmen.
THIS ESTABLISHMENT IS ONE OF THE
IN BRITISH COLUMBIA.
BY MAIL, PER ANNUM:
Daily British Columbian,  -   -   $8 00
Weekly British Columbian,    -    2 00
Leadinglewgnper on theMainland
HAVIWftWAWHE LARGEST CIRCULATION.
i\
BOOK ANB COMMERCIAL PRINTING
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
At Mbderate Rates.
■
SPECIAL BUNKS RULED & PRINTED TO ORDER
Persons who have not proved by actual
experience the ability of the establishment
to turn out first-class work are invited to
send a trial order.
tMn\wSmBMt~mw mm tm^sww^X_W^_t tt Arru.v Throwing—A Yorkshire Sport.
A "Yorkshireman" Bends to the Standard the following description of the game
of arrow throwing. The Yorkshire "arrow
throwiiri" consists in throning an arrow
tlie gr litest distance, and not in aiming
nt u murk, the ground from the standpoint hiring measured out into spucirrr.
irrurli twenty yards apart radiating from
the centre or stand point, and which are
gt'iierrilly marked hy small branches or
twiiis strick into tho ground, and called
"scoreH." the one throwing tho most
scorer winning tho match, Bay out of
about thirty or forty throws. The "arrow"
is not a javelin or assegai, but vory
rriinihir to the arrow used in modern
r.rchcry, though without any feathers at
the baae or metal nt the prrint. It Is
j'vncrally mado of lU'ht, soft wood, varying in length from tiro to three feet, no
tording to the fancy ol the.thrower, ll
in rather thicker at the point llinn tli
Inis1, an I sirn times is urn loot two kiiurV
of woo !, r.os being u ed lor the p hit mitl
willow inr tlm base. The nielli >.l or
Ihrowi'i! i^ ns follows.' Tho "tlirowirr'
takes .. s..nt piece of,whipcord nbout rt
yiir.l.riii i i-liriU in l'nii'i, a knot licin
tied ut -> i'' I'll i so ns to .or.11 n "button,''
rounl r.h  h the curl Is "hitcherl," nftei
haviuri n pii'SJil rniri'l tlu basi en
of lilrr r.r.O'.v. ii I n f-jw in lies from llint
enlj lirr.M i is then brought rlo.vn tn
the pn.lt:, whicli. tlie tjirorvor jtolds.lrl Ilia
hand, i.i.' ir.rr.l lijlng pnr.'ecl/ tight nnrl
parallel to the arrow to prevent it slipping Iroru th.r ''liittrrn," or kuot, ut the
base itniil it i.i relertserl in the act ol
throwing. Tlu "thrower" then pnsses
the remainder of the cord round his
hand, in oi-dcr toinsuro abettergri.r.runi
taking * run of several yards, risn briwicr
do'S at cricket, throws the arrow with u
jerk, ovji-liaul, ns on r would throw u b.rll
or stono, the cord slipping Irom tlio arrow
and over th i knot as soon us tho necessary iiiip.rtiw is given. A really expert
"thrower" villi generally throw in ft
niaieli at least dom uno to eleven
"s o.c,"—i. c, 18i) to 2:0 yards overy
t row, his best efforts reaching as high
ns thirteen ot fourteen "score."—Al.
Jumrs Gu:ette.
"tHkoSlllliluV' _
A frlond who recenl'y crossed the Atlantic with t'ript. i o .\i ot tho Ciiunrd
:-teains ip i'.lra.ni srystlier.! was an ob-
iioxi.m* repr.s til live of our fiMiitier
eivtli/riliii.t ii 'iirll.l nil > tna.le bis f llow-
prissemierr lil'I with his pci'sistaut in-
litatioriUi 'lakesiitliin'." One day in
the s-r'okiitg rooin thu chap was coin-
piaiitiii-' of ilur enjittun's putting on airs
in refiiHiiij to ill-ink. 'Where vas he
when you invited liim?" asked a by.
tail lor. "Ou tho bridge," saya the
westerner calmly. "Oh! of course ho
ir.riililii t join you when he wasouduty,"
said the r III r. Why, he's the friendliest f llnrv lu tho World if yon tackle
him ut Iho rir-bt time, in an oH'-hund way.
Vou just go up to him in the morning
when he is w tiling llie deck, slap him
ou tlie nack ami ;:sii bim to 'smile with
ynii. . Tlints lu way tn lake him/' The
rent day Ilia roiivivuil "gent" overtook
the rbgnili r.l Orioli on deck and with a
id rp lint nearly knocked that officer off
his pais, c.i 'd out, "1 say, old man, what
ilu vol siy to a drop ot suthin' this
iriornin,''.'" The "old man" recovered
Ida hiiliin ■!', drew himself up, gave tho
fellow a look that meruit sudden death at
l'M-d, and in relud straight for tho bridge
without ml ring a word. The fellows in
the secret enjtiyol the bore's temporary
diseo .1.dure, as may be imagined, hut hf
was fur 'rom being crushed. Ho merely
r'market that he considered Cook a
"Irla,ne I snob," and declared that he
would hnvo nothing more to do with
him.
He DMa't Count ou the Plaster.
There is * young man living in Colli nh.is, n good-looking fellow, who has
a swe. iheart out in the country a few
miles, snd he spends two evenings in
every week in her society. A few nights
ago lie stayed to the usual hour, and as
he passed ont the front door he discovered that it was cloudy and dark.
He did not relish the idea ot walking
home alone through the gloomy night,
and hinted a good deal to get an invitation to remain, but it was not forthcoming. But the young man was equal to
the emergency. Going down the steps
lie artfully contrived to slip and fall
g ntly to the ground. Thereupon he
quickly set up a tremendous groaning.
The ruse worked admirably. /Tho girl
srieriiued and tlie men came and carried
tlie yong man tenderly into the house.
Then he was assisted to undress and deposited In the spare room. He hod
barely begun to chuckle over the success of the stratagem when the girl's
mother put In an appearance, armed
with a mustard plaster a. foot square.,
This she immediately proceeded to clap
ou the youug man's shoulders, where he
incautiously located the damage to his
frame. For two mortal hours that
w mien sat by the bed, and was not
satislled till she beheld a blister an inch
deep.. The young man is now reformed.
»1» Bemuse* at Hleeleas.
Bishop Taylor's little band of missionaries U making steady progress in its
march across Africa. The letters sent
home are as full of interesting incidents
as Haggard's story of the search for 'King
Solomon's Mines." Yet time and distance are for these missionaries shattered
by modern science. A telephone Is tb bo
placed along the Congo route, and about
the same titae. this jvill h« put up the little steamer.(at navigating the Congo
River is expected by tho Bishop. The
steamer will be supplied with apparatus
for throwing a stream of water on tho
belligerent natives. Thero will also be
an electric light on the boat, and in time
this also will be introduced into the mis-
sion stations of the African wilderness.
' Thus doubly armed with the Gospel and
with tlie magic of modern scientific invention the missionary hopes to-complete
n chain of missionary stations couijiletely
across the heart of the dark continent.
This lianl-working Methodist missionary
is accomplishing .mora than the wildest
dreams of any roWancor ever fancied for
his mythical-adventurers. He has called
lor a uev.WlWittHarncst Christian workers to go out to Um Li the fall, and farm-
era, bullden. or men with a trade aro
doubly useful in this new country,
~ C»rlK>lle'l»M'isCI)Ul»^e*l*t•ll•."","
"Carl»lic1i«di4*4*1 touch overrated
ns a disinfMliHft,nays Robson Roose,
M. 1), "The spores of the micro-organisms discovered in eases of splenic fever
have been found to be absolutely unaf-
fcitcdjO%»-lying-he upwards o! threo
moulds il a'1!!** per cent, solution of
crirholiaacidinoil. It hal been found
that vaccine matter mixed with carbolic
acid iu solution still retains its efficacy."
Vaccination is the onlj
small-pox.   Ey*a.year al
proventlvo of
„„.....,  -,.»., , JUt live thousand lives sftrfoiifthrough neglect of this
simple, means ol preventing a horrible
disease
Raw lW^lH»-^rftequenfly'lie
given ln roses of typhoid fever.   Chop a
KiittrtuW^fi^^vftt
Some Smuggling Expedient...
What appears as a casual glance to be
a block of Carrara marele is really n
painted sheet-iron box. It arrived nt the
frontier in a train from Italy, along w.th
five similar ones. A curious depression
upon one of these blo.fe aroused tlu
susplcinn of a donanicr, und upon examination the trick was discovered; Tlu
boxes were filled with bnllast to main
them heavy, an 1 at the brrftorn of each
lay $5,000 worth of Venetian luce. A
pile of innocent-looking logs of firewoo 1,
such as aro burned in l'aris, wero form 1
to be hollow metal tubes, covoru 1 w.th
the bark of trees and filled Willi rlutiriMj
liquorc. Probably only an ollicer w.ro
possessed long familiarity with the ways
of smugglers would suspect a pile of foiir
dozen ordinary soup plates. Here is
such a pile. There is nothing in tlio
least suspicious about tho top nnd bottom
dozens, but the twenty-four plates in the
middle form ouo deep vessel with two
dozen projecting rims and when tin
adroit little arrangement was seized this
vessel wns full of contraband brandy.
A coliln despatched from Marseilles nn 1
bearing a railway label has a cur'ous
history. During the epidemic of cholera
at Marseilles, two or threo years tuo,
coffins were constantly passing the
barriers of that city and the officers respectfully uncovered as another collar! I
victim of the pestilonce was solom nly
wheeled past on a hand-cart. The fear
of inlection lulled their suspicion, p r-
haps, but when tho cholera vas slu nji.t.1
out and still the coffins did not diminish
in number, it wns resolved to pluck o it
the heart of the mystery. The next cof.
fin that arrived was opened, and was
letotii to be crammed with choice cigars.
Perhaps the most daring scheme tor
cheating the Parisian city chest, of which
the museum contains evidence, wns
elaborated by a gentleman who wns In
the habit ol driving his elegant victoria
every evening past the barrier to the
entrance of the Hois de Boulogne. He
was always accompanied by a smart
groom, who slumbered peacefully upon
the box while his master drove. Shortly
afterwards — sufficiently long to allow
tho gentleman to make tho regulation
"tour du lac"—the carriage would return; and the officials became so accustomed to its passage that they cojajd
to examine it, and the owner drove bark
into Paris at a smart trot, courteously returning their salutations with his whip.
That smart trot was his undoing. One
evening the victoria ran into a heavy
wagon and master and groom were
thrown out Monsieur was picked up
insensible, while from a deep wound in
tho head of the groom slowly trickled a
Btrciitu of cbiimpiigne. The intereslinj
menial wns composed of zinc dexterloris-
ly fashioned aud painted; and ho has
found a resting place in the smuggler's
museum. Tho carriage was Ion ml l>
contain a zinc "woll," which wns likewise full of champagne. India lubber
dress improvers, arranged to conceal articles of contraband, have often heen
seined, while not the least curious exhibit is in an India rubber baby capable of
containing eighteen pints of untaxed
liquor.—St. James Qcuettc.
Very maturate Protestant Ceremonies.
The laying of the corner stone of the
now mission school house of the Holy
Cross Mission, at Avenue C and Fourth
street, was an event of interest to east-
aiders, ltwas also the most interesting
incident of the week's series of festival
celebrations commetnoratinn tin rurii-
versary ol tho founding of the sue v.,. it
mission. Avenue C was lrl r-ter 1 rv t i
spectators at ll| o'clock when llie pro vision oi acolytes anil l'lpisiroptl p.-i sts
issued from the vestry doors of th t in ,i-
siou church and wound 111*011111 t.i r
foundation walls of the now s.'hool ell-
lice to the spot where tho corner stone
hung from a rope. A cross-bearer ho), I-
ini aloft ft bronze crucifix led tho pro-
cssion. Behind walked acolytes mil
choristers In robes of block and while.
The Uev. Or. Houghton of tho Utile
Church Around the Corner, with his
white locks crowned with a black her.rita
an I his body enveloped in n lour.' ro'iu of
gold silk, heavy with gold einhroi lory,
followed, with two acolytes bearing tin
train of tlie robe. Then came I'ather
James 0. 8. Huntington, the I'pin.opal
monk, ol tho United Labor |iarly, nud
head of the missiou, and his assistants—
Fathers Hall, Field and Allen. BJliln I
then innivlied in couples, singing nnd
bearing embroidered banners, lire" liltle
children of the mission, several hundred
in number. Lost of all eamo .the bin rk-
robed Protestant Bisters of St. John the
Baptist.—Nem York Sun.
;   General Beiiew ol the Fruit Held.
From the first fruit that ripened in tho
Spring to tha lost to come—tlm quince—
there have been great expectations nud
little renllzution. The strawberry crop
wns very unsatisfactory. The cherry
crop was the greatest failure in many
years, yet the trees hung full with fruit,
even to the ripening season, but excessive rains just at the critical time destroyed the crop. The rainy serison followed the cherry ripening sens >;i from
Virginia to Canada. Th'Unison river
raspberry crop was literally washed, from
canes. The currant crop was less titan a
third of what wns expected. Tin jiirncli
orchards from Virginia to New Voirk,
hnve refused to yield uuytliing like the
quantity of fruit expected of them. Tho
Hudson river grape crop will be but a
little more tluui ono-hnlf tho amount expected by the grower so Into as midsummer. The apple crop, as the timo for
gathering it approaches, seems to be less
promising. But a light crop of quinces
Is expected In Western New York, where
most ol that fruit.that is sold ln tills city
is produced, The only fruit that has
been Hourly up to expectation in tho
quantity yielded was the Bartlett pear
crop. They have been abundant, ol Hue
quality, although somewhat uuder size
and cheap.—Ai 1'. rinics.
Un. John MIitbh has mado a careful
study of samples from lots of green p as
which had caused tho serious illnrrh ea
and general malaise described as ''groeii
peas poisoning." Ho fin Is that thu si k-
ness is caused by a poisonous fun .old
growth on the inner surface of the outer
tunic of tho seed; and furnishes two
tests of the presence or pantsrti.r vegetn
tion. first, when boiled in writer, such
diseased peas have a pale green color, interspersed witii yellow spots. Scirun liy,
when boiled ih water containing a littlo
soda, they emit a very fragrant perfurn
and dovolop deep violet-brown of exceeding beauty.
' Iw s recent trial on the Thames of nn
electric launch forty feet Ions, with r
storage battory; a speed of seven kit <ih
an hour was attained. The speed of 1
steam launch, with engine, boiler, w 111
and coal sufficient for a six hours' run
would hnve been from one und 11 liah l<
two miles an hour greater. Com par ik
the electrical system with steam, the a I
vantages In favor of electricity nre eu.ir
absence of noise,"great cleunlini .■ s, 111,
very small room needed for mactiiiu ry ;
and when onco charged it is ready at rr
moment's notice.
Scroful
lfl ono of the mo«t futul m-tjur^i:;} Wliioli
afflict Mankind. It. is often inherited,
but may be the result of improper vaccination, mercurial poison, uuuleanlinesa,
and various other causes. Chronic Sores,
Ulcors,;Abscesses, Cancerous Humors,
and, in some cases, Emnriatiou aud Consumption, result from n scrofulous condition of the blood. This disease can be
cured liy the use of Ayor's SarsapariUa.
I inherited ascrof u Ions condition of the
blood, which caused a derangement of my
whole .system. After taking less than
four bottles of Ayer's SarsapariUa I am
Entirely Cured
and, for the past year, have not found it
necessary to use any medicine whatever,
I am now iu better health, and stronger,
than oyer before.- O. A. "Willard, 21E
Tremout St., Boston, Mass.
I was troubled with Scrofulous Sores
(or live years; but, after using a fen
bottles of Ayer's SarsapariUa, the soret
healed, audi have now good health.-'
Elizabeth War nock, fit Appleton street,
Lowell. Mass.
Some months ago I was troubled with
Scrofulous Sores ou my leg. The Hurt
was badly swollen and inflamed, and tin
wires discharged large quantities of off on-
live matter. Every reuiedy failed mitt
t used Ayer's SarsapariUa. By taking
three bottles of this medicine the soref
havo been healed, and my health is re
stored. I am grateful for the good it hat
done mo. — M rs. Ann O'Brian, 158 Sulli
van at., New York. ft
Ayer's SarsapariUa.
Prepared bv Dr. ,1.0. Aver &Co., Lowell,Man
Sold by ull Dru-jijlflU.   Price *1; aix bottiea,$S
Business Directory-
The following Unfitness Directory relates
only to persons whose advertisements appear til the BalTlsil CoLUsmiAN. It has
been round true, ns a rule, Unit persons
who udvertlse liberally aro liberal tn their
dealings und marry persons make It a
rule to (,'lve preference in tlielr dealings to
those establishment* which udvertlse
freely. The following list is arranged alphabetically!
LEGAL.
T. c. Atkinson ColumblaBt
W. Normun Bole ColumblaBt
Branch Office at Vancouver.
Corbould A MoColl MoKensle Bt
Branch Office at Vanconver.
MEDICAL.
Dr. H. M. Cooper Church St
Dr. J. C. Henderson Chllllwhaok, B. C.
Dr. Ir M. McLean	
Dr.DDWoIfcSrallh..,
McKenslo St
Clarkson St
DE.ITAL.
C. E, C. Brown '. Columbln st
INSl'RAKCE.
W.J. Armstrong [Are] Court House
H, V. Edmonds.. MoKenzlo St
T. It. I'ciirson [tiro * llfo] Columbia St
Kami Bros. rilio,llfo*ire'cl't],McKeiizleSt
Brunch unices nt Vancouver * V lo.
Turner, llccton A Co. lOro] Victoria
Woods, Turner A aomole ...
[aro, llfo ,t iiccldoiu] ColumblaBt
HEAL   ESTATE AGENCIES.
W. N. Bolo ColnmblaSt,
Corbould * MoColl MeKensle St
It. V.Killiionds McKenslo St
Hand Bros McKenzie st
Woods, Turner 4 Gamble Columbia St
ADCHITECT, Ac.
Olowi Murium Columbia st
G. W. Grant. MoKonzle St
CONTRACTORS * BUILDERS.
Ackerman Bros. New Westminster
Beckett A Co McKonzlo st
FURNITURE.
W. K. Ftilos Columblast
W. Prothoro... Columbia st
UNDERTAKING.
Vf. E. Fates Columbia st
BRICK-MAKERS.
Beckett A Co «™. McKenzie st
AUCTIONEERS.
T. J. Trapp Columbia §t
AGENTS IFOR MACHINERY, JU.
Fraser 4 Leonard Vancouver
BOOKS k STATIONERY.
D. Lyal Jl Co Columbia st
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS.
T. 11. Peanon H.......Colurubln St
PRINTING *, RULING.
Tho Columbian Steam Printing Establishment Columbia St
STOVES * TINWARE.
B. M. Cunningham A Co Columbia St
GAS FITTINGS.
II. M. Cunningham A On. Columbia St
SEWING MACHINES.
C. J. Robson ColumbiaSt
GENERAL MERCHANDISE.
■W.R. Austin ........Front81
0.0. Major Columbia St
Wm. McColl Colombia St
0. McDonough Front St
DRY GOODS, *e.
BonMarohe. ....ColumbiaSt
1, x. L. Vnnoouvor
Jas. Ellard* Co ColuinblaSt
J. E. Phillips Columbia at
W. Itae Columbln st
HARDWARE.
H. T. Bend * Co Columbia st
DRESSMAKING.
Bon Marohe Columbia st
Jas. Ellard * Co Coliiinliast
Mlssos McDougall Columblast
TAILORING.
F, M. Leahy Columbln Bl
WOOD k COAL.
W. R. Austin ......Frpntst
Henry Elliott [Onlers loft at W. McColl's]
DRUGS, Ae.
D. R. Curtis Jl Co Coin in bin Bl
A. M. Herring Columbln st
BUTCHERS.
Bobt. Dleklium Columbia St
WATCHMAKERS k JEWELERS
F. Crake Columbln St
Thomas aimn-d Fronl si
BLACKSMITHING   *•   CARRIAGE
WORKS.
Thos. Ovens ...Columbia St
Reid A Currio Columbia St
HOTELS.
Farmers Homo lllotdcnl Church Si
LIVERY, kV.
Mainland Transfer Cu Columbia St
BOOTS * SHOES.
G. H. Grant * Co .Columbln SI
H.Koll Conmbnsi
Wm. Ross Columbia SI
BAKERY.
A. Dlebel...... -Fn nl 81
NURSERIES.
G. W. Honry rort llrimmond
E. Hulohoraon Lndncrs
MONUMENTAL.
Alex. Hamilton ...:..CIinrrlrsl
Itudgo A Monok Now Westminster
A RARE CHANCE
 I'Olt A—
FINE FARM.
MY ONLY SON BEING DEAD, I DE-
slln to rcllrn from fnrmlirif. t there-
oner lo soli my Homr'sli'nd.oiipur llnr
best Fnrms on tlio Lower Kruser. Tlio Estato contains 215 nines, liiolnrllni! nvi r-J
acres of Orchard, Willi Hon.o «". limn
Barn. WM. KENT.
Ladner's Landing, Aub. IW, IM.
dnu2teol-»ailo
NOTICE.
VTOTIOE IS HEREBY GIVEN I'HA'l'
XX 00 (lays after date I intend to apply
to tbe Chief Commissioner of Lnnds und
Works to piirelmso4B0 acres of land sltuiite
on Texada Island, New Westminster District, and described as follows:
Commencing at tlieN. K. eornerof the
8. E.tiot HecO; thenoe North4Uchnins;
thence West SO chains; thonce South so
chains; thence East 40 chains: thence
North 40 chains; thence East 40 chains, to
point of commencement.
H. D. HELMOKEN.
Victoria, li. OT, June 18,1(W7.       djc26m2
NOTICE.
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT
00* days after date I Intend to apply
to the Chief Commissioner of Lands and
Works to purchase 4S0 acres of land [more
or less] situate on Texadn Island, New
Westminster District, and described as
follows:
Commencing at tlie N.W. corner of N.E.
ti ot Hec. tl; lliunno Houth m chains; thence
EnstS chains to shore line; thence following meanderings of shore line In a northwesterly direction, IW chnins [more or
less]; thenee East 85chalns [moreor less]
to point of commencement.
M. W. TYRWHITT DRAKE.
Victoria, B. 0., June IS, 1887.       dje26m2
NOTICE.
NOTICE IH HEREBY GIVEN THAT (10
days after date I Intend to apply to
the Chief Commissioner of Lands and
Works lo pui-chnse 480 ncres of hind on
Texada Island. New Westminster District,
described as follows: ,
Commencing at the 8. E. corner of 8.W.
JijofSec. :i; thonce East 40 chains: thence
Houth 80 chains; thenee West to shore
line; thenee following meanderings of
shore line In a north-westerly direction to
8. E. corner of Hec. 4; (hence North 10
chains [more or less]; tbenee East 40
chains; 1 hence North 40 chains to point
of commencement,
. JAMEHLUMBERTSMITH.
•viiaUstIc, l). n . june 20, 1887.       d,ieS5m2
Telephone Call No. 6.
P,0. Box 71
WM McCOLL,
luinl Irtkisi!
Dry Goods, Men's Furnishings
Groceries & Provisions.
LDNDBOH'S BLOCK, OolumMa St
dw-auntc
E. HUTCHERSON,
NURSERYMAN A DEALER IN
Frnlt and Ornamental Trees,
Ladner'5 Landing, B. O.
rilHE SUBSCRIBER WISHES TO IN-
X form the people of British Colnmbla
that he bas established a Nursery at Ladner's Landing, and is prepared to fill
atl orders for Frnlt Trees, Ornamental
Trees, Shrubbery. Vines, Small Fruits,
do. Trees Imported or home.grown according to the wishes of customers. Tha
subscriber hns had a thorough practical
training lu the business, and having u
permanent stake In the country It Islils
Interest, to deal fairly \fttli the public. He
will wait upon the varloustowns and settlements shortly, and all orders will have
his personal attention.
fluUtto C HUTCUER8QN.
suliceh¥e"l
Harrison Hot Springs, B.C.
AFTER OCT. I5REDUGED RATES
38 and Upwards per Week.
RELIEF EM THE SUFFERING. PLEASURE FOR All
Hundreds of past 8ufl*orers Testify lo llio
Merits of these Sprl urs.
Tke loulllC Fkyileiaas Atrinigly
■ecniund Them.
narExporienced Attendants In Charge nt
Baths.
Tho Sportsman will And Grime In atiun-
iliinoe, wllh Guides and Boats at renson-
nltlo rates.
These Springs are sltnated only 110 miles
from Vanoouver and but 5 mttes from
Agasslz Station on line of C. P. R. A comfortable Stage meets all trains. Telephone communication with Telegraph
und R. B. ollloes. dwoclllc
Showing tne Dttes md Nun of
Conrti of AjsIic, Mil Prim, and
Oyer and Terminer, ror the
Tear 188?.
SPRING ASSIZES.
[ Oil Vanoouver island ]
Victoria Monday Mill Mny.
Nanalmo Tuesdny 7th Juno.
[ On mainland ]
NewWcstmlnstor..Wedncsiliiy...ttli Mny.
Kamloops Mondny  6th Juno.
Clinton Mondny Mill June.
FALL ASSIZES.
[On Mainland]
Illirhllold Monday lrlllr Sopt.
Clinton V/odnesiliiy.. fflllr Kept.
Krtnrloops Monday 3rd Oct.
Lytton Mondny Mill Ool.
Non'Wo«tmlnstor..Wodnesilny...SthNov.
f On Vanoonver Island ]
Victoria Monday ffllh Novomber.
Nanalmo Tuesday 6th December.
 dnpMKl ,	
What PmmiAM Iat audi thi
STARR KIDNEY PAD.
"Treatment by Absorption has for some
tlmo boen rccogntreil by Medical Men to
bo the most simple and effectual incuiifl
of conveying to Diseased OigatiK, "Curatives," but I n eases of Kidney Disease ntiil
Complaints attendant thereon, shcmiisfnl
treatment wna prnellcably Imposslb e until tbe introduction of the Built Klduey
Pad. It costs less than a single pt-wwrtp*
tion and Is Immeasurably more decisive
and effective than any quantity of internal
Medicinal dosing. Worn Immediately over
the sent of Disease, Its cnrntlve pfopoNlos
become absorbed by the dl»e«8«d and ru-
foobled Organs.continuously and directly,
an required to insure In return their healthy action and original vigour, II Is pom-
fortable to the pmtent and pleasant In Its
effects, and cm es when nothing olsecnn.
Tho Starr Kid ney Pad accomplishes, positive, decisive results. A more valuable
discovery an a true remedy for Kidney
Diseases wns nevor made.—Medical Oaxctte
The 8Urr Kidney rail, manufactured
tn Toronto, Is a permnnenl sure cnrt> for
diseases, disorders nud ailments of the
Kidneys, Bladder and miliary BenrolIVn
system, or aMendnnl complaints causing
pain In tbo small of the back, sldi's.uta,
Kroduelng urinary disorders, such as too
equent. scanty, difficult, pain fill or copl-
ousmlntm1ilon,inabllilyof.*eleiittoni-ml
sedimentnry urine, drop-dual symptoms
etc, denoting the presence In the system
of disease* common tn Ihe urinary secretive organs-known as gravel, catarrh of
tho bladder uud passages, Ihlght-K disease,
diabetes, dropsy, piles, nervnut debility,
etc. Rend for pamphlet to I.ANQT.EY A
CO., Wholesale Agents, Victoria. Itolall-
ed by A. M. IIRRHINO ami 1>. S. CUUTIR
A CO., New Westminster, T. McNKK-
LEY, i.udncr'* LamlHur: 11. MoDOWtiM.
ACO., HASTINGS SAW MlM.Ca.THK
VANCOIIVKH DHUO CO., Vancouver,
W. R. MpOAKTNKY A BRO.. Vancouver
and Kamloops; J, R. Mtvffl.M*fa W.
It. MBUAW, I'rltsl Vniicyj Tl. C1.AHK A
CO„Knmlonp». ilwseSSyl
IMPERIAL
FIRE INSURANCE GOMP'r.
I Old IIjuoad St. and 1(1 Fail Mall,
LONDON.
INSTITUTED 1803.
FOR INSURING HOUSES k OTHER
Buildings, Goods, Wares, Merchandise, Manufacturing and Farming Stock,
Ships in Port. Harbor or Dock, and tlie
Cargoes of ench Vessels; also, Ships building and repairing, Barges and other Vessels on navigable rivers and canals, and
Goods on board such Vessels, throughout
Great Britain and Ireland and in Foreign
Countries,
FROM L03H OK MMAUK BV FIKK.
Subscribed and Invested Capital,
£1,000,000 8TG.
Rates of Premium and every informa
tion can lie obtained on application to
W. J, AKMSTKONtJ,
Agent for Neff Westminster
Federation Life
ASSOCIATION.
UtMnuitM! Capital Wi.mo.mo
Full Gov'm't Deposit
Head Office, Toronto, Canada
A H0ME~C0MPANY.
This. Association merits the
confidence the Public is reposing in it from the following
FACTS:-
The SecurKy offered to policy holders Is
unsurpassed by any Company doing business in Canada,
It hns no schemes of Insurance, but the
well-established lines, hence the policy
holders cannot be misled as to their contracts.
Its statements to tbe public can be readily understood, Its cash istatemcnt showing every Item of Ineotne and how expended.
Its posit ton Is ascertained annually from
a detailed valuation ln which every item
of liability Is ineiuded.
Its proKress has been unexampled In
tbe history of Insurance In Canada.
Its policies are indisputable after three
years, and non-forfeltable after two yeurs'
existence.   .
Its profits nre distributed upon an equitable basis. The profits to one class of
policy holders are not lessened to give
larger profits to any other class, which
method affords superior advantages over
the uniform bonus plan of distribution.
Liberal I'onilJt Ions as I* Residence nml
Travel.
■1. K. MaoDONALD,
Managing Director.
T. R. PEARSON
Agent, New Wostmlnstei
Je7-2mo-alternate.
DKUKK & IMPORTER IN
Dry Goods
CLOTHING
 AHD---
GROCERIES
rUST RECEIVED IN DRY GOODS,
A NEW STOCK
In all shuiles and material ol DRESS
GOODS, inclililing Cashmeres, Mci-inos,
Silks, Satins; Rlack ami Color-oil Velveteens and Plushes. COTTONS (Mcachetl
ami nnMcacbcl). LININGS, HUT-
TONS, HOLLANDS, ftc. Grey, White,
Scarlet and Cheeked FLANNELS. LADIES GLOVES, in Cotton, Wool, Silk
and Kid. 'Ladies Merino and Ltiinl,
Wool Vesta. JERSEYS, ell prices.
Hosiery, Muslins, Diaper Irish Linen,
Brilliants, be',, ke.
Men's Clothing!
For Quality. Stylo, Fit and Price,
can't be touched.
MEN'S FURNISHINGS
In every Lino Cotton, Merino ami
Wool Underwear, White Shirts, Cuffs,
Collars, (iluviw, IJraucs, Cardigan .Tack
ets, kc Also, Cotton, Merino, Cnhh-
mcic, Lambs Wool and Knit SOCKS, in
great variety.
Also, HATS and CAPS, Ladich' nnd
OemV RUKBRR GOODS and UM-
BRKLLAS.
In House Furnishing Goods
Carpets, Rugs, Window roles with
Rings and Mountings, Window Holland
(Buff, (Irecn and Striped), Damask and
Cretonnes, Sheetings, Towids, White
Counterpanes, Btuauhcd and Uuhlrnohod
Table Linens, Napkins, Tickings, ttlnnk-
ets and Arctic-down Quits, Table Cloths
and Co*>ws.
IN GROCERIES
Everything found in a first-class Establishment, and none hut the bent. Canned
Goods, Fruits, Meats and Vegetables.
I tlon'i otter i'henp fioiitli. I tlnnl buy
llirni ar keep ilioui, Imi I otter jmn th.
Ih-nI ami nt lln- lanrnt prlre (hey can be
said al, niMl yon gel what we rrprmenl
dnotMta
THEGLOBEHOUSE
Has Received a Large Stock of
Fall & Winter Dress Goods!
PLUSHES, VELVETS, RIBBONS, HOSIERY, 8L0VES.
Also, a Fine and Well Selected Stock of
TM M.ML. MLa, M mkT-WED.Ws\. "W
Imported from London, Eng.
S^GOODS SOLD AT MODERATE PRICES.
"WM.      X.J-XS,
CLOTHING
GKNT.S'
FURNISHINGS
UMBRELLAS,
Fancy Qoods
TRUNKS,
MUSES
WATCHES,
JEWELRY,
OF ALL KINDS.
KIRSHBERG & LANDSBERQ,
Meat Door to Uartcn'i Grocery,
Cordova St., Vancouver.
onii am! examine our stock ant! be eon-
vlnveu tbat wu neiy cuwpctttioi
BRITISH   COLUMBIA
LAND & INVESTMENT AI}BN€Y. U.
THOMAS ALLSOP,
HENRY  S.  MASON,
CUYLER A.  HOLLAND,
DIRECTORS.
HEAD OFFICE, - 56 Hew Broad St., • LONDON, ENGLAND.
The Business of ALLSOP b MASON has been merged in ths sbove CmujuJIt
and will be carried on by the Company froni this date as n general Land fareataient
and Insurance Agency.
MONEY TU LOAN on Mortgage at Low Rates.   Town Lots aad itanlng
Lands for Sale on easy terms.
Victoria, a (,'., May 16th, 1887.
dwje7lc
READ! READ! READ!
H.T.READ&C0.
Ewen's Cannery, Columbia St,
Have Just Received and are Opening Out
a Full and Complete Stock of
HARDWARE
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
Brushes, Etc.
We invite Contractors and Carpenters
to inspect our Stock and Prices before
Purchasing.
dwoclStc
Orange Soiree!
A SOCIAL DANCE (WITII KKFKEKII-
A ments) will be given In tlieOHAMIK
HALL on
Friday, November 4th, 1887.
TICKETS, 82; ladles free.
Iluntrlng to coninienec nl s ir.in.  iloelOI.1
GUARDIAN
Insurance Com'y
OF LONDON, ENG.
Total Funds, $18,000,000
( it si — it x. -r)
ESTABLISHED 1821
Risks Taken at Rates
as Low as any other
Reliable Comp'y.
T. R, PEARSON,
WANTED:
Y A HIGHLY RERPECTABLG Young
_' tally, a poHltlou m dally or monthly
({"vermis* In it funnily of young ehtlitmi
In town or country. AddrenH "A. 7*.,"
Colonial Office, Victoria. dwoc7ml
B
W.R. AUSTIN,
Beser&l Merchandise!
A large Awortmoni nt
DRY GOODS
-AMD-
GROCERIES
ALWAYS OM HAND.
Hay and STeed
WHOLESALE AHD RBttlL.
wMiiaicuiMUTiiun
axi hr »r in citr.
Weran two stage. dfttl7t0ieeptBandsjrs,
to Fort Moody, carrying H.H.S. malls..
Aa no liquor or tobanmls aaasl w. ete n.
temperate habit, and awful mk>|
serve the public at .specially low MM, THE  DAILY  COLUMBIAN
PUBLISHED
Every Anrntoon except Hnnday.
BY THB
Iiiush Columbian Fmntim Company (Limited.)
,\i the Company's Bteam Printing Eh-
taUllHlnaeut, Columbia Bt.
BY   MAlL:
for 12 mouths 18 00
For 6 months » % ™
For 8 months...» ■ » 2 2o
DELIVERED IN THE CITY:
Kor 12 monthB tljf 0g
For 8 months i  »j£
Per month     J»
Per week... «     »
Payment tn nil cases (except lor weekly
rate) to lie made lu advance.
ADVKTWNQ MTU Nl TNI DAILY.
TraMl«KlAdverHM»ena.-Flrstliiser-
tlon, 10ots. per line solid nonpareil; each
subsequent consecutive Insertion,2 eta. per
line. Advertisement a not Inserted every
day, 5 ots. per line each Insertion.
Standing Advertisement*.-.Regular
Business or Professional Advert laments
will be received at following rates: linen,
83 per month: 2 Ins. 83; ti col. 13.80; ti col.
19.75; 1 col. lift, ir Inserted for less than 3
mos, 10 per cent, will be added.
Special 1-fetleci among reading mutter,
20 ets. per line each Insertion. Specials
calling attention to advertisements, lOcts.
per line.
Births, Marriages and DenthB.Jl for ouch
Insertion: Funeral Notices In connection
with deaths, 60 ets. eaoh Insertion.
Ancllon Hairs, when displayed, charged
'26 per cent. let-it than transient advts, If
•olid, charged at regular transient rates.
THE WEEKLY COLUMBIAN
■■■veil every Wed»e*dny Morning.
Delivered In the City, per year. #UH)
Matted, per year - 2.00
Mailed, 0 monthB, 1.25
1KKLV ABYEITISINO RATH.
Traetlent Advert lse»e»ts.-First insertion, locts, per line solid nonpareil; subsequent Insertions, 5 ete. per Hue.
Standi!! AttvertlMm«nts.-Fo'ynoi.t
11.50 per month: 2 ins. 82 per ra.; 3 ins. $190
perm.; 1 eol.815.75 per m. If Inserted for
iess than n mos. 10 per cent, will be added
to these rates.
Special notices among reading matter,
20 ets. per line eaoh Insertion.
Celts mustbeall metal,and for large cnta
an extra rate will be charged. No advt.
Inserted In either issue for less than 81.
MTPersooe sending In advertisements i
should be careful to state whether they
are ornpearln the Dally Edition, or the ■
Weel.:v,orboth.
D. ROBSON, Manager.    [
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
To Stone Masons f1. W. Grant |
■   ' '""I
§ ml]) fritish €olumbian
Friday Evening* Oct. XI, 1887.
The steamer Rainbow arrived at 5
o'clock.
The lalmon averaged 80 to tho boat
lut night.
Temperature to-day: Max., 52°;
min., 45".
Warner's Safe Cure 90 ets, at Herring's Drug Store. docl2to
The ship Crat^ winnie, 146 days from
London, nil arrived at Victoria.
The steamer Yosemite went up to
Laidlaw'* cannery to loud 2.CD0 cases
oi. salmon. **
A pie social and entertainment will
be held in the lecture-room of the
Baptist Church on Wednesday, November 2nd.
Game is still scarce, but it is expected the many Indians who have Rune up
the river daring the past week will
soon put a full supply on the market.
At 7:30 to-morrow evening Mr. T.
J. Trapp will sell by auction at his
auction rooms a large quantity of
household furniture, hardware, tools,
etc. y.
The concert last night at Chilliwhac'.
was not a success in point of attendance but the programme was all that
could be desired. The weather was
very disagreeable.
The str. Gladys cleared for up-river
ports this morning, taking 10 passengers and a small freight. At the
Brunette Mills she loaded a lar»"
quantity of lumber.
Why suffer with that aching hend
when yon may be cured with Ayer's Cathartic Pills ? Send a 2-ccnt stamp to
Dr. J. C. Ayer k Co., Lowell, Mass., for
a set of their attractive album cards.
There will be a special meeting of
the city council to-night, at the usual
hour, to discuss the report of a statement said to have been made by the
provincial secretary on the Southern
Bailway.
Every wife and mother in tho ■■omitry
should know the great value of Ayers
Saioaparilla, as a blood imrifier. It gives
tone, health and strength to tho vital or-
yuu, corrects aU irregularities, and expels Imparities from the system. Young
and old use it,
The JVeics this morning Btates that
Capt Budlin stopped the steamer yesterday at Vancouver to allow a couple
of ladies to iget aboard. Capt. Budlin acknowledges having done so and
declares he will do it again ou every
occasion offered.
The Rev. Thos. Haddon, of St.
Paul's, is delivering a course of sermons on the bible. Be hss already
delivered two sermons on this subject
and will oontinue them for several
Sun my evenings. It would be well
for non-attenders and doubters to attend and hear the evidences of the
word of God discussed by one who has
given much attention to bible study.
A Correction.
An item appeared in yesterday's issue in which was stated by error (hut
Weloh, Bithet & Co. wore tho owiiors
of the str. Rainbow. Tho owners of
tho steamer are Tumor, fieeton & Co.,
of Victoria, and we exceedingly rogret
having in error made it appear otherwise. After thin week tho Rainbow
will arrive in this city overy Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday, nnd will do-
part overy Wednesday, Friday and
Sunday. The regular Tuesday trip,
which is of so much importance tu
Westminster merchants, will be continued na beforehand no change will bo
mado from that day.
—. ^__	
A ii alitor Chiinui'.
The Btoamor Yosemite arrived from
Victoria shortly after 2 o'clock this
afternoo-. Her"Sjcming was a surprise to everyone, an it was generally
expected, the 1'rincess Louise would bo
placed oii this r-juto again. Capt,
Budlin (who looks as hoarfcy as ever)
is not ablo to state definitely whether
or not tlio Yosonilfco will remain on tlio
route all witituvj but ho is of the
opinion that siio will, as tho freight
traffic is incmi.-ing bo rapidly und assuming such lara proportions that
tho Louise has not the capacity for
carrying it. Captain Rudlin waa the
recipient of many hearty hand shakes,
from hiB old time friends, as ho stopped
ashore this afternoon, and tho greetings were returned ob cordially as thoy
were given.
 •*■•■«	
II. C* Vvn't Growers' Ajjs«us*°**««»
The first meeting of the directors of
the B. O. Fruit Growers' Association
was held yesterday afternoon in the
council chamber. Mr. D. McGillivray
occupied tho chair and the majority of
the directors were present. After considerable preliminary business hud
been disposed of the necessary legal
steps for incorporation were taken.
By resolution of the directors it was
agreed that not more than 10 Bhares be
allotted to any ono person, the wish of
the directors being thnt the stock bo
held generally tli i-oughout tho province.
The forms of application for shaves
will Bhortly be ir tho hands of the
directors and secretary for those de-
airing to subacribo. Mr. C. McDon-
ougb was elected to act as treasurer.
During the meeting a large amount of
stock was subscribed to. As soon as
the company is incorporated, which
vail be in about 0 weeks, active operations will be commence'!. The next
meeting of the urectors will tRhe plaoe
on November iiOth in the council
chamber, at whicl- the - public are
cordially invited to be present.
Mcnihcrs I oirmiir,.
Messrs. Orr aud Ladner, two of the
representatives of the district of Weat-
in tho local legislature, havo forwarded
the following protest to the Ottawa
Aim iVwa and several other eastern
newspapers: "Wl'.oreas the Hon. Jno.
llobson, Provincial Secretary of tho
province of British Columbia, is reported to have fuid to tho reporter of
the Ottawa .Free Press that tho people
of British Columbia aro satisfied to
forego their wish for frailway c;:n .ec-
tiun between New Westminster and
the boundary, although it would be a
benefit to them. If he made such a
Etatement as above quoted, he did so
without any foundation, in fact, as the
people of the district of New Westminster, which he-has the honor of representing, and the whole province, are opposed to the unjustifiable assumption
of the Dominion government ;.f disallowing acts passod by tho provincial
legislature solely affecting tho interests of the province, and not opposed
to thu ultimate advantage of the national highway, paid f: r by the peoplo
and handed over to.■■ monopoly." The
final word in tins declaration seems to
us quite uncalled-fur under the circumstances, and most injudicious.
A lerleu Accident.
The attention of tbe council has been
repeatedly called to the dangerous condition of the sidewalks in various parts
of the city, but hitherto nothing has
been done to remove the dangers or
make the sidewalks passably ssfe on a
dark - night. Last night, while two
gentlemen were returning home, one
of them, on passing Duncan's hotel,
naught hii foot in a hole in the sidewalk aod was thrown heavily tu the
ground. ■ In falling the whole weight
of the body was thrown on the left
hand, which we regret to say was very
badly sprained. The gentleman ao*
oompMyin;j hit* suffered a severe fall
also, but luckily without any bad results. It is too bad that the condition
of the streets is such that a person's
limbs are not ule on a night when it
is too dark to pick out the holes aud
broken planks in the sidewalks. Probably wnen some very serious or fatal
aooident occurs these evils will be
remedied, bnt we ean scarcely expect
i change for the better until then,
Thomas Myers, Bracebride? writ' :—
"Dr. Ti>omasr Eclectric Oil is the best
medicine I eel*. It alwayi gives satisfaction, and in cases of coughs, colds,
sore throat, Ao., Immediate relief has
been t-eodved by those who use it."
Growth oi I I'etfw (fi-taiiisni.
At a meeting tt the executive of the
Home Mission Committee uf the Presbyterian Church in Canada, held in
Toronto on the 12th inst., matters
relating to tho mission work of
that ohunili wero discussed. The
appointment of an ordained missionary
to Comox, British Columbia, was remitted to the eh irman, the secretnry
and Rev. D. •" Mncdonnell, This
congregation haa hoMlofore been connected with the Established Church of
Scotland and is now being transferred
to the churoh in Canada. The weali liy
congregation of St. Andrew'* Church,
in Viotoria, also heretofore connected
with the Church of Scotland, hasuskod
that church tu transfer them to tho
Prcsbytorian Church in Canada. Rov,
James Connack, of Lauhine, who was
appointed last summer to British Columbia, is now settled in Richmond, in
the Westminster district, At Chilliwhack, Bov. J. C. Patterson is now
settled, and they aro building a church
and manse to cost $3500. At Kam-
lot-pa, where tho Rev. D. J. Fraser ia
settled, a new church is now being
completed at u cost of 85,000. The
growth uf the Canada Presbyterian
Ohuroh in British Columbia ia Been in
the faot that ut a meeting of Presby-
torians in Vancouver last month there
were present 11 ministers, besides re*
presentstive elders.— Ex,
Personal.
Guesta at tho Colonial: W. H. Herald, W. Jackson, A. ».». Hastings,
Vancouvor; S. J. Pitts, B. B. Seabrook, Rr. P. McLennan, Victoria; W.
Davis, Thos. Bonnie, Kamloops; N.N.
Colo, Brandon; G. Q, Woodman, Winnipeg; F. W, Clinton, Toronto.
Passengers per atr. Yosemite to-day
from Victoria: Mr. and MrB. Coulter,
Misi Rogers, Mias Charlton, Mrs. and
Mias Ladner, Dr. Kent, Ale: .aider,
Lee, 0. Sullivan, Ferbache, Jackson,
Jas. O'Halloran, Herald, Johnstone,
Androkey, Jackman. Hor cargo con
sisted of 130 tons of general merchandise.
 »»♦-
Mr. R. A. Harrison, Cliony.!; and
Druggist, Dunnville, Out., wfcV-is "I
can with confidence recommend Northrop k Lyman's Vogotable Discovery and
Dyspeptic Cure for Dyspepsia, Impure
Blood, Pimples on the Faco,'Biliousness
and Constipation—auch eases having
come under my personal observation."
The Nor'-West Excursionists.
Taken Down the ETvcr ed ihe Steamer
Adelaide nnd are Dc'lihf crt wllh
lliclV.it>
Owing to the lateness of the hour
yesterday when tho excursion returned
to tho city, we were unable to give a
full report of the points visited nnd
tho sights seen, and as this v.'»s tho'" -b
occasion on which our citizens have
had tho pleasure of thus entertaimug
visitors from tho North-West, and
showing thorn the various industries
and res i-vcea of this vicinity, a fuller
description tlirm given iu yesterdays
isnuo will not bo out of place. On
board the steamer Adeluido there were
altogether funrtgeu gontlemnn from
Calgary and Winnipeg, most of them
members of the oWio curn>.rations of
thoso cities, rnd many of our own prominent citizens. Thoir trip to the
coast was taken mure as an excursion
rather than for the purpose of making
a study of the country. A few of our
most enterprising cifcifeBMi always alive
to the iuterasts of tho proviuco, not
wis'uiKj to allow these gentlemen to
return without seeing at least n portion of tho fuvi}Hiig lands and a few of
our industries, arranged to show them
as much ns possibly could be shown in
tho few hours at their disposal. The
first stop the steamer made was at
Ewen's cannery which though not
working, was viewed with much interest by tho visitors, who all expressed themselves as much pleased with
the apparent completeness of. «vnry-
tHirijS nliijui Uia OHt'.blianment.; Mr.
Ewen informed the jurfcy that Young's
cannery at Cnnoe Pass was in full
operation, and, as everyone w«b anxious to see how the fish wero put up,
tho party embarked again and soon
arrived at the cannery. r"m visitor;
were shown the canning process from
ths time the fish were L.nded on tlio
wharf until packed away in cases ready
for shipment to any clime. Thnt they
woro interested and pleased with what
wps seen, ia putting it lightly, as many
of them considered it was worth the
trip from the N rth-West to see this
industry alone. After an hour and a
half had been'spent in tho cunery
tho excursion proceeded to Ladners
whereMr. Thos. McNeeloy's garden
was inspected. The visitors had aeen
lots of large vegetables in tlie North-
West but they wero not prepared to
look upon them aB dwarfs compared
with those Mr. McNee^ey's garden resented. Mr. McNeeley kindly gave
tho Nor'-Wester's permission ':o carry
away with them some of tbe vegetables
they took a fancy to, and amongst
thoce taken might be mentioned a
caul i Sower weighing 18 pounds, a red
cabbage weighing 30 pounds, and a
mangold wuriiel weighing 25 pounds.
Numerous other vegetables of enor-
mouB siKO wero curried r.wp.y by the
astonished visitors. After Itaving
Ladners the steamer prcwrbd to the
Bidmouhitc" ovy, where tloexcursion-
is ti were shown several million eggs
in process o? hatching: the general
working of the cntabli? ? it was also
fully explained to them. On bo.n'd
the steamer a vory nice Utile lunch
was i^ervod, which waa ptu-tukeu of
with much neat, as the appetites of the
party had been well sbt'i-poood by the
long trip and fresh air. While the
luncheon was going on Mr. James
Rielly, of Calgary, acting as spokes-
man for tho visitors, roso and returro \
thanks for tho ci.uvtcous treatment
they had received at the hands of the
citizens of Westminster. !To said t'.e
trip had been a source of delight to
him from beginning to -end, a*id tho
many interesting things tie had seeo
that day would long be remembered by
himself and, he was sure, by every
other member of the p. rty. He had
no idea that such a beautiful country
lay with!,.i bo short a distance of Wost-
minstev, and had they not been taken
in hnnd, by the gentlemen who originated the excursion.! the whole party
would h.ive returned homo ignorant of
having missed ono oi tho most beautiful trips it had ever been their privilege to enjoy. Mayor Dickinaon f3- -
spondod and in a few well ohoicn
remarks conveyed to tho visitors the
plcmiro it afforded tlu citizens of
Westminster iii flowing them this
small portion oi tlie beautiful valley
of tho FraBcr. He hoped that when
a'.iyuno in the Northwest spoke to
thetn of British Columbia tHey jyould
not forget what they had seen in the
vicinity of Westminster.*' Othr.:-
speeches wore made, and the visitors
one and all expressed their intention
of removing from tho minds of t-ietr
friends tho erronemiB impression that
British Oolunitja was nothing but a
sea of mountains. As the steamer, returning from Ladnors, wmo within
view of Wwtminstor thero was a gen-
oral expression of surprise at the
beautiful picture tho city presented,
and many declared tiny had nover
aeon anything so pretty. Aftor landing, tlio tire hall and council chamber,
and many poiuta oi interest in nn '
around the city were vinited.
FlIUltKOToNOUEAMl iMl'dirB Bkkath
a>-e two concomitants of biliousness remedied by Northrop k Lyman's Vegetable
Discovery and DyBpeptiu Cure. Heartburn, which harasses the dyspoptic after
meals, and all theporplexhigunu changeful symptoniB of established indigestion,
are dispersed by this sulutnry corrective
tonic and celebrated blood purifier.
11 locotnetlve  EDgHiseers,
Chicago, Oct. 10.—Tho brotherhood
of Locomotive Engineers opened their
annual convention hero to-day. Gov
ernor Oglesby addressed the convention, welcoming it to Illinois. Chief
Engineer Arthur made an address Betting forth the financial standing of the
organization. During the fiscal year
$250,500 had been paid out to widows
and orphans. During the year thero
was nn increase of 1,843 members-
Mrs. O'Heimi, River street, Toronto,
uses Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil for her
cows for Cracked and S. >o Teats; she
thinks there is nothing like it. She also
used it when her horses had the Epizootic with the vory beat results. Do not
be persuaded to take any other Oil iu
place of Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil.
i      UNION LOPUIS Na, O, A. V.
«^\^ A A. M..-The regular Cora-
yt Jk muni cations of thia Lodge are
f^f \ hold on llie first. Monday In ench
month. Sojourning brethren are cordially Invited to attenii „
* PETEtt GRANT,
(c23>te                                    Hccretai7.
Wholesale Oity Market.
Beet,     por lOOlu*1 ? « 00(?i 0 00
Pork --   Visa a. ftltt
Mutton       "   ■        10'OOQ (ll>0
Hldes(Brtu)'1 ■■•• 6 50<§ (i«o
Potatoes    <•        ...»   I fi) l-il .50
Oabbasc     "    163® 0 00
Onions        "     200(4 000
WhCiit "     IMS 175
Oris "     1609 175
Pettn "     1OOS 0 00
Hi-y,       pf-i-ton   13 00® 0 00
Butter (rolls) per*    0 25(4 0 80
Cheese, "     0 20© 0 00
Uggc,      per do*.   0 80(H  o ai
Cordwood (retail) nci* cuM   3 50® 4 00
Why go limping and whining about
your corns, when a 25 cont bottle of Holloway's Com Cure will remove. them ?
Give it a trial and you will not regret it.
QT. PAWS CMHIM31I. SfirvICCR ev-
n cry Sunday 'nt 11 a. m. nml 7 p.. m. In
tho Church, st. .lolni Btreet, holow Royal
avenue. Seats freo, nil are cordially In-
Vlte-l. Sunday School rt i.\,T0 p. M.
 (>____ ;
MTVI-HODTST OBUR'JH, Mnry S •
Itev. J.H.Y/hli*, ^ii* toi-. Servlet'Sflt
11 u. m. end Tp.ro. Hundny School and
Bible Olass 2ilS p. ni. Prayer Meeting on
Thurs lays ut6p. m. Heats frcojstrangers
con ally Invited. Jc.-.l-,
gAPTIST CHURCH, Agnes Blrec1
i ISust of Mary Street. Rev. Robert
mile, PusUji-. I-ord's Day Services at 11
a. m. and 7 p. m. Sabbath flchool and
Bible ClosB nt 2:30 p. m. All gonUfree;
btr.ingprscoriliully welcomed.   d-deiUtc
Mother Graves' Worm Extc.niinator is
feasant to take; sure and effectual in
destroying -.vorips. Many have tiled it
with liest result*.
To Stone Masons I
TENDERS WILL BE RECEIVED BY
the undersigned until noon ou WED-
N BSDAY TUB 20TH INST., for the STONE
FOIJ NDATION, otc., of nn addition to tho
residence of John Hendry, Esq. Plau nud
specification at my ofllce, Mary Rtreet.
O. \V. GRANT,
■loi-lJ I! i: Architect.
New Westminsteii,
17th OctolH'1,1887.
To ''r.e Manager of the Brunette SmcmiU
Co., Limited. v
Sir:
I very much regret owing been led into
making statements reflecting upon the
llniuioinl position and creditor your Company, and beg to retract nnd apologize for
Uieni. believing them to have been unjustifiable.
Yours truly, \V. N. DRAPER.
dwoc20ml
D. S. CURTIS & CO.
Wholesale and Retail
DRUGGISTS!
New Westminster, B. C.
dwmhlO c
NOTICE- !
To Bridge Engineers
and Contractors.
THE HONORABLE TIIE CHIEF COJi-
mta'donerof I, ni •_ nud Woiitn liereby
Inv.iei ErltlTO Conii.-cini) tet hu'omii
plpns, det^.liti, s-u-'l lc:...o,is, s!/. .li.ig
slieel ,and tender foi Uiecousiinciiontif
iiTlv'tinB'.ld'se.t-jeio-j', i':0 Fi;'prRivr
ntTiiHooet,upl-Jiiooiio^Kt''iin!...y,r;" hot
Oi-l- ber nest.
n-ruiiril-Oneeleni'.iDUii of 'W fppl.ln
lenyi. i; npofoncli {outuewi' Siidu) thr?*c
so.iusof <.\ faot ench; v/idlboi mrdwny,
18 fool: live loml,l,t'001bi. per fool; fa tor
ofsa'ely,!).
F.")sowo<k cun only be eroded In win*
te.-wlien the river In frnsennver.-
Tho bilil'-e bile is about ,fiTi in lies from
Aslic-.Oit.Si 1:00 on the Cmimtlnii Pacific
B.iitw. v,v;.ih which It Is connected by
wnson io. d.
Each inn-'-i' tniwt be perompatiled by
nn aecooi *.ti on': uli^.qo for . ~".i, payable
to ihe Honor..file CiHet Cfmiinisfdoncr of
LniHthdiid Wovk'-.v'lilclMVill lierninrupd
10 Ull-lK'io     Ol  '->',l4clil'jlj, but will  be
forfeited bynujpotwlt- who m.y decline
l3exPrii'eut.Of,'ractlf e.'Mod unon lodo
so.
Thecotitrnclorwill be ; p! "d toglvo
Bntlsfaetoiy HfeniUy, nmo.'ii "if < i linlf
theenntmet price,for tbo line fulfilment
of IhiM'imlniol.Hinl fo:* the in-ilntenanro
nt the i.riiluo far u period of His months
from the duteof'the completion of the
work.
A plan nml piollle of the hIIo can he
seer at tho ofllce of the undendgnnd.
W. S. OOHR,
Hurvcyor-aeneral.
I.nmN A Workt Depnrhnont, ,
Victoria, B. O.j 2jfch August, 1887.
tlwacjtd
2 MONTHS
FREE
ANY PERSON
-*■ subscribing now
for Daily or Weekly
Columbian and paying in advance for
the year 1888, will
receive the paper for
the balance of 1887
free.
DAILY, By Mail,
WEEKLY, By-Mail,
$8.00
2.00
B.0. Printing (Jo., La.
dwoclStc
D, ROBSON,
Manager.
■KTOTIOB.
In llio County Court of Sew Wenlmtinier,
ImMi-iiiii Mew WcHtmlnNter.
In the Estate of JOSEPH IIAMBURY. ffe-
ceased.
TENDERS WIIjI, BE BECEIVFTi BY
tho underskned, or by W. Ni "mam
Boi.n,Q.C.,'-iHsolicltor.onorbfiforolbii2Ut
dny of October, 18S7. for tho purchase of
Lol t\o. 4 In the Town nf 1'entrevllle. Upon Raid prcnilsos thero Is erected a ptnnll
dwelling hoiiMo,
OF.OHCE ^ISE,
Administrator.
Bated Bopt. 21st, 1887.
W. Korman Bole, Q. 0,,
dwao2aml     Bollcltorfor Administrator,
3MC Jk. X 3XT X. Jk. XT X>
Transfer Comp'y
mm WESTS1XSTKII, B. c.
I HVAK9I   M
HACK   RATES.
From the Stand  to miy ono point
south of lloyal Avcnoe.e'ch per«on,$ ' 25
From tho Stand to uny one point
within the city limits, onu person...     59
Each additional person     25
To or from Steamer or Train—same
as above.
Driving by the hour—first hour   2 50
Following hours—each   1 50
Hack to Vancouver nnd Return 10 00
11.     Port Moody and Return   7 50
Stables, Colombia street.
dJcGIc       '     Telephone Calls-10 A S3.
1887.
Harper's   Magazine.
ILLUSTRATED.
Hahi'K! ' MaqA7.ink during 1887 will
contain a * ovel of Intense polltlcal.soeial
uud romantic Interest, entitled "Nnrka"
—a story of Russian life—by Kathleen
O'Meara; a now-novel, entitled 'April
Hopes," by \V. D. Howells; "Southern
BRotcneS,'.' by Charles Dudley Warner nnd
H-Mncoa Harding Davis, illuatrated hy
William Hamilton Gibson; "Great American Industries" continued; "Social
StudioV hy Dr. It. T. Ely; further articles on the Railway Problem by competent writers; now sorles of illustration)) by
E. A. Abbey r^id Alfred Parsons; articles
by E. I*. Roe; nnd othor attractions.
HARPEU'S   PERIODICALS.
pku   vi:ari
IlAIlPBU'S MAOAZINK U 00
IIAKl'KK'SWEKKI.Y 4 00
UARPBA'S BAZAR 4 00
llARl'KU'S YOUNG PBOL'LK 2 00
HAHt'ER'SFIlANKUN SQUARE LIRRARY,
Ono Year (6'2 XiiiiiIuth). 10 00
HARPER'S HANDY 8KRIi3S, One
Year (52 Numbers) 15 00
Poitnga Fri'c to nil BtiliscrUiorH in tlio United
Statu or Cann-ln.
Tlio volnntos of tlio Maciawne bvuln wltb the
Niitnlioii for Juno nml Dt-ccmber mfencli yosr.
Wlu'ti no limn Ib specific!!, Btihscrlptlons
will begin with the numbor current at
time of receipt of order.
Bound volumes of Hnrpor's Mngm-Ine,
for threo years back, In neat cloth binding, will liosonthy mnl), postpaid, on receipt of $100 per volume. Cloth Cases, for
binding, 50 cents eaeh—by mall, postpaid.
Index |o lluti'KH'H MaoAKINB, Aliihnliiiticnl,
Annlytlcnl, nml riiwuifli-d, lor VuIuiih-k 1 to 70,
liicluHlvn, from Jnno, I860, tn June, 1886, one
vol., Svu, Cloth, fl.
Remittiuiri'.H eliould tio mnilo by l'liHt-onicd
Money OnliT or Drnft, to avoid clinncn of Iom.
Nnwi<|iii|)i-rH nro not to copy tliii ndvertliioiront
without tlie o-rpress ordor of linrper k Brathora.
Adilreu HAltl'ER h BROS., New York.
1887.
Harper's   Weekly.
ILLUSTRATED.
HAitpKii'H Wkkkt.y maintains Its post
tion na tho lendlna illustrated newspapor
In America; and its hold upon publlo esteem nnd confidence was nevei stronger
than at tho present time. Besides llie
pictures, H aiu'kii-h Wrkkly always contains Instnlments of one, occasionally of
two, of tbo best novels or tho day, finely
Illustrated, with short stories, poems,
skotches, and papers on Important current tnplos by the most popular writers.
Tho enje that has been tr ccessfully exor-
clsed In the post to make Harpbh'b
Weekly n safe iw well as a welcome visitor to ovory household will hot bo relaxed
In tho future.
HARPER'S   PERIODICALS.
PBR YEA III
HARPER'S WEEKLY 14 00
HARPER'S MAGAZINE 4 00
HARI-KIt'S  BAZAR  4 00
HARPER'S YOUNO PEOPLE 3 00
HARPER'S FRANKLIN SQUARE LIBRARY.
Ono Year (bt Niitnlicm) 10 00
HARPER'S HANDY SERIES, One
Yenr (52 Numbers) » 16 00
Pontflgo Free to nil subscribers In the United
Stutea or Cmmlu..
The Volume of the Wkixly begin with the first
Number for January of cnoli yenr. WIibd no
tlmo ts mentioned, subscriptions vill begin
with tho number current at time of re»
colpt of ordor.   .
Bound volumes of Hnrper's Weekly, for
three yean baok, In neat cloth binding,
will be sont by mail, postage paid, or by
express, freo of expense (provided the
freight does not exceed 91.00 per volume),
for $7.00 per volnme.
Cloth Ciu.1* for eacli Tolnmo, enltaluofor bind,
tng, will bo-' nt by mall, postpaid, ou receipt ol
fl eaoh.
BomlttnncM iliould bo mnde by Port-Mice
Honey Order or Draft, to avoid chance of loM.
Newspapers are not to eoprtbli advertisement
without the express order of Harper A Brothers.
Address        HARPER A DUOS., Now York.
New Goods. New Goods!
PLUSHES AND TRIMMINGS
ILTE-W FALL   SHADES
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AU BON MARCHE
Just Received, Another Large Consignment
Consisting of Men's & Boys'
Fall & Winter Clothing!
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Also, a Pine Selection of
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OB-  aTHHY  DBBOXtXPSIOST
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WALKER & SHADWELL,
ilwBe20tc
Colombia St., New Wettmlnster, B. C.
W. PROTHERO
Is not Dead yet, but still a Live Furniture Man, and keeps the
Best Assortment of  i
Furniture, Mattresses, Lounges,
CEOCKERY, GLASSWARE, &C.,
In the City, at the Lowest Living Prices.
Call and Examine my Stock.
-jr. FseoTsiBieo,
ilw COLUMBIA S1BKET.
Men's Suits and
Overcoats
All Sizes, .16 to 44 in.
Hard & Soft Felt Hats
Latest Styles. i<$*.fo
TIBS,
A fine ftsnrtment, in   all ihe
moat recent iliapes.        ..,. .
Ufbekintosh and Snb\»r Coats.
Comforter Quilts Towels
CARDIGAN JACKETS.
LINEN ft CELLULOID
Collars&Cuffs
WHITE ft COLOBED '
DRESS SHIRTS.
Merino, Cashmere, Wool ft Cotton
Braces, Overshirts,
HandkereMelD, &c.
A Oood Variety. r
NEW CLOfJUNQ STORE
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Hllver-plated Knives, Bnfllsh Spoons and Forte
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Patent Dust-proof Watoli Case, Walttiam or El»ln .monmrsntrlMM. Huntjni,
Gold-filled watoh Oases, slem-wJndlnj Wailham or Elglnr-WW0!,case warrantod to
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Watches and chronometers repaired and adjusted'
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was brought back and given to Hr. Crake,
and recommend, him aa a Ane workman.
dwseiitc
i    " in    '.■'
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DISPENSING & FAMILY CHEMIST.
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' Lowest Prices, go to    • •.    - r:
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